Southwark Park in Bermondsey, London has an athletics track, bowling green, football pitches and free tennis courts. There is plenty of green open space, a café and art gallery.
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Lovely pretty park, free tennis too. Lovely little rose garden. Lots of huge ancient trees. Cute little cafe. There also is a great little art gallery.There is a wildlife garden. Nice place for sketching. Unsually for London, it is friendly and sometimes you get old people coming up to you for a chat. Lovely to walk in particularly in the Autumn. Nice and not packed liked Hyde Park. Feels...more
Bermondsey carnival and funfair festival apparently happen every year and is one of the biggest festival Southwark does.
Big headline act with support from local bands and musicians great art, craft, drink and food stalls, and a variety of activities for all ages. Very well organised and good security.
I decided to be a kid again and go on a fair ride, Rotor to be exact how WRONG was I all I...more
I was recently in need of a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of London during the 2012 Olympic Games and luckily, a quick online search provided me with a solution. Located about a 10 minute walk from the Bermondsey tube station, Southwark Park offers lush green grass for picnicking and general rolling around, along with running paths, gazebos and several other amenities. I had gone...more
Southwark Park is a large expanse of a park in Southeast London. It's definitely not on the beaten path, so most of the people you'll see are locals enjoying the park. There's a beautiful gazebo, a rose garden, children's play areas, a fitness station and plenty of places to play football. It's also very big, which makes jogging around the park a viable exercise. The park, like most in London,...more