Crowland Road, N15
Markfield Visitors Survey
Over the last four years £3.8million has been spent through funding raised improving Markfield Park in Tottenham. In July 2010 the Park was recognised as being one of the best parks in the country, winning a Green Flag. Works have included the construction of a new cafe and park toilets that are now open, improved sports pavilion, new playground, restored beam engine, heritage building works to the Markfield Museum and general landscape improvements throughout the park.
Part of our on-going commitment is to survey local people to find out what people think of the park and how it is being used. The survey closed on 31 March 2011. The results of the survey can be found below in the attached files section.
Green Flag Award Winner since 2010
Over the last four years £3.8m has been spent improving Markfield Park in Tottenham and in July 2011 Markfield Park retained it's Green Flag.
Works have included the construction of a new cafe and park toilets that are now open, improved sports pavilion, new playground, restored beam engine, heritage building works to the Markfield Museum and general landscape improvements throughout the park. For more details see the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum page.
The funding was secured through various sources including the Heritage Lottery Fund, Football Foundation, DCLG and Big Lottery Fund.
To find out how the park is managed please read the Management Plan found in the attached files section below.
For further information about the improvements to Markfield Park please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8489 1000.
If you are interested in joining the Friends of Markfield Park please visit their website (see external links below).
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