This large greenspace is much loved by its local community. The park is formed of three spaces which are dissected by the busy Lea Bridge and Chatsworth roads.
The open character of the park is framed by stunning avenues of mature plane and elm trees which trace the paths across the park. The Lea Navigation borders the park and links it to Springfield Park to the north and Hackney Marshes to the south.
- athletics track (seasonal)
- children's play area
- conservation area
- cricket pitch
- dog-free area
- football pitch
- ranger office
- tennis courts
- trim trail (wooden gym apparatus)
- community orchard.
Booking courts and pitches
Millfields Park is licensed for plays, showing films, live music, recorded music and dance performances. Find out about holding events in parks.
Millfields User Group
The Millfields User Group (MUG) are a very active user group and have been instrumental in developing the park masterplan and improving the facilities it offers. they are currently working the improvement of play facilities in both North and South Millfields and the redevelopment of the Casimir Road entrance to the park.
- Subscribe to the mailing list - email email@example.com
- Contact the group directly - firstname.lastname@example.org
Millfields user survey
Hackney parks newsletter
If you are interested in being informed of what's happening in Hackney's parks, sign up to our monthly newsletter by emailing email@example.com
Dogs are excluded from the play area and sports facilities. Council Officers have the power to request that dogs are put on leads if they are behaving aggressively, causing damage, or if their owner does not have appropriate control over them. More information on dogs in parks.
Page updated: 24 Oct 2013