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Ilford Lane Pocket Parks Project/Campaign - Bringing Kew Gardens to Ilford Lane and our open spaces back into Community use

The development of Jubilee Gardens & Norman Rd Community Parks


Ilford Lane Pockets Park Project is a community led project aims are the  preservation and development of Ilford Lane open spaces into luscious green areas of multi-functional use, increasing health and wellbeing. Currently, there are two spaces that the community are concentrating on development:

  • Jubilee Garden

  • Norman Road Open Space

Residents, Community groups, Voluntary and Statutory Sector and the Business Community have come together for development of Jubilee Gardens and Norman Road Open space. The cutting edge landscape designs of 21st Century modern. contemprary urban outdoor living features a childrens play area for families, a green stage for open air performances,interactive museum built in the garden walls showcasing the hsitory of the site, local histories of Redbridge, community garden area -organic, children artwork and hand crated muriels produced by local school children and local artists and much more ! We need your help! Giving your time and your support  to this Community led project !  

If you are interested  and want to help please email at or call at 0208 551 8178


If you would like to view the landscape drawing plans for Ilford Lane Pocket Parks by the architect Doug Ahen, please click here.  



WE NEED to raise much needed funds to transform these open spaces into vibrant community Parks -starting with the development of Jubilee Gardens Community Park. Please make your donations via crowdfunding launching soon on  

20160316_140605[1] campaign Fun day pic - Jubillee Gardens .. 20160814_135624[1]
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Ilford Lane  Pocket Parks Jubillee Gardens Community Fun days & Socila Action Days helped by  NCS Redbridge Volunteers Events from 2016 to  5th March 2017