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Find out about the work that the parks police service do to keep our parks safe
Embankment Gardens is a collection of gardens at the feet of the bridges alongside Chelsea Embankment
You can visit St Mary Abbots Gardens to enjoy the gardens and seating area
Find out about the refurbishment of Athlone Gardens
You can visit Avondale Park to explore the formal gardens, play sports or see the wildlife area.
Barlby Gardens is a small community garden with shrubs and plants
Chelsea common is a small area with trees and flower beds
Cluny Mews is a small grass area on the junction of West Cromwell Road and Warwick Road.
Colville Square Gardens has flowers, shrubs and a small play area.
Cremorne Gardens is next to the Thames, with views of the river
Dovehouse Green is an old burial ground that has been transformed into a garden
Emslie Horniman's Pleasance is the official launch pad of the Notting Hill Carnival
Ifield Road is a small children’s play area next to Earls Court youth centre
You can visit Kensington Memorial Park to use the water play area, see the gardens or use the sports facilities
Lancaster Green is a small area behind Kensington Leisure Centre for playing sports
The Park consists of a large open area consisting of amenity grassland, semi-improved neutral grassland, scrub, scattered trees and woodland
You can visit Powis Square to use the free hard play area and children’s play area
Redcliffe Square Gardens has mixed shrubberies and a small play area
Ropers Gardens is a small area near Chelsea Embankment with seating
Royal Avenue is a gravelled avenue next to the busy King’s Road Chelsea
You can visit St Luke’s Gardens to use the play area and see the attractive flower display
Sunbeam Gardens contains shrubs and a seating area
Tavistock Square Gardens contains plants and a children’s play area
Thurloe Place is a small garden containing the Yalta Memorial
You can visit Westfield Park to enjoy the trees, shrubs, flowers, and children’s play area
Read about parks and open spaces near you.
Find out about the parks strategy for improving and maintaining the parks in the borough
Holland Park has sports facilities, children’s play areas and a Japanese Garden.
Results of the consultation on improving Emslie Horniman's Pleasance
In addition to the data provided on the website, a more comprehensive record of the Holland Park tree data is available to download from this page
Holland Park Adventure Playground reopened in July 2019 after extensive refurbishment.
About the review of the Parks Service maintenance contract.
The Leisure and Parks Department operates a memorial benches scheme for some of its parks and cemeteries.