Springfield Park officially opened as a public park in 1905 and takes its name from its unique geology. The park was formed from the grounds of three private houses, of which only Springfield House (The White House) remains. The Park is approximately 40 Acres in size and contains areas of both formalised gardens and conservation areas and has extensive views across Walthamstow Marshes.
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The London Borough of Hackney, one of London's poorest boroughs, is blessed with more than its fair share of lovely parks. And Springield Park is one of the best, possibly only beaten by Victoria Park.
Situated next to the River Lea, in upper Clapton, the park is beautifully landscaped (though it luckily has a natural hillyness to it anyway). It has a great cafe, which doubles as a small...more