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Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney

Last Modified August 25, 2017

Parkfields in Elstree is our largest park and has a number of public footpaths through the adjoining fields and golf course to provide access to and from Watling Street.

Where can I find it?

Via Organ Hall, Red Road, Park Crescent and Allum Lane Spinney

What does it offer?

  • Children's play areas - for children up to aged eight and up to thirteen.
  • Fitness equipment - for adults
  • Greenway
  • Litter bins
  • Meadow areas
  • Network of bridleway, cycleway and footpaths
  • Open grassland
  • Picnic area
  • Seating
  • Woodland


New Greenspace Action Plan

Working with the Countryside Management Services, they have produced a Greenspace Action Plan for Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney for the period 2016-2021 with the vision to maintain and improve both sites as inviting and safe green spaces for recreation and wildlife.

The following objectives have been identified;-

1. Make Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney a welcoming place for visitors

2. Conserve and enhance the biodiversity sustainably 

3. Involve the community in the development of Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney

4. Promote Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney to new users through a variety of means

5. Maintain Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney as a clean, well maintained, safe and secure open space

6. Secure funding to support site improvement works

Parkfields and Allum Lane Spinney GAP 2016-21 final

The consultation period for these proposals is now closed.  Please email us if your would like to be involved further in the project. 

Play area improvements

An exciting upgrade to the play area is now open for use.  The previous play area has been replaced, apart from the existing multi-unit and additional equipment has been installed outside of the play area for children up to the age of 13.













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