Ducketts Common

Green Lanes/Turnpike Lane, N4

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Opening times 

The park isn’t locked at night.  

Facilities and accessibility 


  • Basketball  
  • Café  
  • Football  
  • Multi-use games area  
  • Outdoor gym  
  • Picnic area - integrated with play area  
  • Playground 
  • Table tennis 


All parks in Haringey are accessible to wheelchair users. 

See more accessibility information on AccessAble (external link).  

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About your park 

The park sits opposite Turnpike Lane underground station on Green Lanes.  


The name ‘Ducketts’ comes from Laurence Duket, a goldsmith who owned 160 acres of farmland. In the 13th-century, the farmland was originally part of Tottenham manor. 

Wildflower meadow 

The wildflower meadows on Ducketts Common contain more than 30 native wildflowers.  

The meadows were planted by volunteers from members of Christ Church London and local residents. It took 10,000 volunteer hours to complete. 

The meadows attract many insects such as bumble bees and butterflies. 

Green Flag Award Winner 

Ducketts Common won the Green Flag Award in 2014 and has kept it ever since. 

Park management 

Find out about park management and future aims and aspirations: 

Friends group 

The Friends of Ducketts Common is a group of local residents and park users. They meet regularly with the aim of improving the common. 

Find out more and get involved: 

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Planned improvements 

Café Roj 

Working in partnership with the café owners, we’re creating a new café on Ducketts Common.  

The improvements aim to enable visitors and residents to enjoy the northern part of the Common in all seasons and weathers. 

Read the latest update.

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Report a problem 

If you think there’s a problem with this park, please report it

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Harringay Ladder
London, N15 


How to get to Ducketts Common (external link)

Page Last Updated:

August 15, 2022

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