Mayfield Road, N8
Green Flag Award Winner since 2004
Built on the site of the old Stationers Park School and opened in 1987, this small Green Flag award winning 1.5 hectare Park nestles between a Victorian housed community, local school and Community Centre.
Adults and children of all ages extensively use the park whether for sport, play, organised events, picnicking or just for quiet contemplation.Stationers Park provides a welcome oasis of greenery and makes a vital contribution to the health, education and quality of life for its immediate surrounding community.
The park is naturally split into three distinctive areas: the southern section of the park contains the play facilities such as the two children's play areas - including the much loved 'wooden fort' - and a multi-use games area. The young children's playground is the most recent addition to the park's facilities.
The northern section of the park mainly consists of a large open grass area, a cafe and two tennis courts, hidden away behind trees and shrubs. A wildlife pond contributes to the biodiversity of the local area providing a home to a range of fauna and flora.
The central area of the park features a dry pond. It is planned to re-line and fill this pond in the late 2019.
The stationers Park management plan is being updated (summer 2019). In the meantime, the old 2015 management plan can be viewed as can the 2013 community action plan for the park. These can be downloaded from the attached files section below.
For details on how to get to Stationers Park please see our A-Z of Parks.
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Park opening and closing times
Our parks are opened at dawn and locked at dusk. These times change depending on the time of year so for more detailed closing times please see our Approximate Park Locking Times (Word, 55KB)