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Developed by FABRICA and Rydon A development by FABRICA and Rydon


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Ealing's Parks and Recreation

Residents of Jigsaw can be proud of Ealing’s recreational space. Ealing has ten generously sized parks in addition to four nature conservation areas dotted across the Borough. Therefore, you can expect open green corridors and large areas of green space in close proximity of your Jigsaw home awaiting you to soak in their atmosphere and bask in.
Pitzhanger Manor: view from Walpole Park
Photo: Pitzhanger Manor by Julian Osley is licensed under CC BY 2.0
We have curated a guide to the best of Ealing’s greenery and the hottest parks in town (despite the climate at this time of year).

1. Dean Gardens

Situated on the doorstep of the Jigsaw development, Dean Gardens is at the top of our list for its locality, merely three minutes’ walk away from Jigsaw. The park is a great little getaway from the bustle of the City and its relentless pace. It’s not expansive, but what it lacks in size it certainly makes up in character with wide open space, making it perfect to reflect and ponder.

2. Walpole Park

A little further down the road from Dean Gardens; a five-minute walk away, Walpole Park is located at the edge of Ealing Broadway behind Pitzhanger Manor House. Regarded as the biggest and most popular park in the borough, Walpole Park operates as a great outdoor venue for many local events in the spring and summer months. As we covered back in June (see post here), expect to see a packed programme of music, beer and comedy festivals each weekend. In the winter however, Walpole Park changes its outfit and purpose, becoming a homely open space with the significant Pitzhanger Manor house welcoming visitors throughout the year to get away from the cold.

3. Lammas Park

On the edge of South Ealing Underground station, Lammas Park is narrow but not short of size, inviting residents to enjoy the open space and pathways it has to offer. In addition, Lammas Park is host to Ealing Croquet Club, currently looking for new members if you wanted to try something relaxed and leftfield. Lammas Park is great for picnics and beers in the summer too, just tell your friends that “alpaca lunch”.

However you choose to spend your time exploring the greenery surrounding Jigsaw in Ealing, be sure to appreciate the borough’s beautiful surroundings and relax in your moments of downtime.
Christian at Rydon
Joint development by FABRICA and Rydon Developed by FABRICA and Rydon