Address: St Mark’s Road
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 that the opening of
the Kensington Memorial Park (also known as St Marks Park) water
play facility has been delayed due to unforeseen technical issues.
We hope to have it open by the May half term. We apologise for any
Kensington 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.