Kensington Memorial Park

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Address: St Mark’s Road W10

This park is the first to undergo major improvements as part of the Ten-year parks strategy 2006-2015. The park offers many recreational activities including pleasant formal areas, a children’s playground, tennis, football, junior cricket and One O’clock club which is managed by Family and Children’s Services. A kiosk is open during the summer months. Garden Practicalities: staffed Park. Open 7.30am until dusk. Public toilet facilities. Sports Booking Line: 020 7602 2226

 

Please note: Kensington Memorial Park Water Play is currently operating at a reduced capacity due to a broken pump. The facility is still open but some of the equipment is out of use. We are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible and apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

 

History

Kensington Memorial ParkKensington Memorial Park has been a public park since 1926 when it was opened to the public by Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll.

The land was bought in 1923 with funds provided by the Kensington War Memorial Committee who wanted to create a suitable tribute to those who had given their lives in the First World War and felt that a new recreation ground would be an ideal memorial.

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