Mabley Green has been transformed from a flat empty green space into an exciting new park. The park's sports facilities have been improved with the creation of an additional all weather floodlit 3G football pitch. A new play area has been constructed which caters for children on the autistic spectrum. Natural play elements have also been built into the landscape.
At the heart of the site is an edible park managed and maintained by the local community. However, the biggest transformation of the site has been the creation of rolling hills and the planting of over 500 trees, which have already dramatically changed the character of the site and will provide a valuable habitat in the years to come.
- community food growing strips
- play area - designed for children on the autistic spectrum
- climbing rock
- sheltered event spaces
- table tennis tables
- Adizone outdoor gym
- floodlit all weather 3G football pitches
- car park (when 3G pitches are booked)
- full-size grass football pitches
- changing rooms
- accessible toilet
- brownfield habitat area
3G pitch peak time prices
- full pitch - adult: £133, junior: £71.50
- half pitch - adult - £67.45, junior - £35.80
The all-weather and grass pitches can be booked for five-a-side football or full sized football. Call 020 8986 7955 or email email@example.com to book. Mabley Green has modern changing facilities, including four new Football Association/Football Foundation/Sport England regulation changing rooms. Changing rooms are available when you book a pitch.
Mabley Green user group
Mabley Green user group meet regularly and help maintain the park by looking after the parks edible growing strips. The group are always looking for more active members to get involved in the park. If you're interested in joining or receiving updates on the park, see their Facebook page, follow them on Twitter or join their mailing list.
Barbecues are not allowed in Mabley Green. If you'd like to hold a barbecue, there is a dedicated area in London Fields.
Dogs are excluded from the outdoor gym, 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.