Green Flag Awards
Haringey borough has:
Under the Green Flag Award® scheme (external link), parks and open spaces are judged to:
- be welcoming
- be safe
- be well managed
- have active community involvement
The scheme recognises the value of green spaces in communities, particularly urban environments. It rewards excellent standards of park management.
Green Flag Award winners in Haringey
Haringey has 25 Green Flag Award winners.
Haringey Council managed winners
Full management plans are available on the individual parks' pages.
There are 22 parks and open spaces winners managed by us:
- Belmont Recreation Ground
- Bruce Castle Park
- Chapmans Green
- Chestnuts Park
- Coldfall Wood
- Down Lane Park
- Downhills Park
- Ducketts Common
- Fairland Park
- Finsbury Park
- Lordship Recreation Ground
- Markfield Park
- O R Tambo Recreation Ground
- Paignton Park
- Parkland Walk
- Priory Park
- Queen's Wood
- Railway Fields
- Russell Park
- Stationers Park
- Tottenham Green
- Woodside Park
Borough winners not managed by Haringey Council
Green Flag Award Community winners
There are 3 Green Flag Community Award winners in Haringey. The award recognises high quality green spaces managed by voluntary and community groups.
The Gardens Community Garden
Doncaster Gardens, off Stanhope Road, N4
The Gardens Residents Association (GRA) was formed 1999. It's a multi-award winning residents' association interested in residential and quality-of-life issues.
Find out more about The Gardens Community Garden and how to get involved (external link).
Lordship Community Woodland
Lordship Recreation Ground, Downhills Park Road, N15
The Lordship Woodland is an area around 0.75 hectares large. In the mid-1980s is was planted with native species by local people.
Find out more about Lordship Community Woodland and how to get involved (external link).
Hornsey High Street, N8
Hornsey Church Tower is Hornsey’s oldest building. The Friends of Hornsey Church Tower was established in 1989 to help give the tower a secure future.
Find out more about Friends of Hornsey Church Tower and how you can get involved (external link).
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