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Adventure playgrounds

Adventure playgrounds are reopening from the 20 July with protective measures in place to ensure that they are as safe as possible.

Adventure playgrounds are reopening from the 20 July with protective measures in place to ensure that they are as safe as possible.

Islington has 12 adventure playgrounds which are safe, welcoming, fun and free for children aged 6 and up. They give children the opportunity to safely socialise with others outside their household, burn off energy and boost their physical and emotional health.

To keep children and families as safe as possible children will be allocated into social bubbles. Allocated places will be for one or two weeks depending on the playground.

This will be a reduced offer with COVID-19 measures in place to ensure the safety of children, families and staff. Places will have to be booked in advance and will be limited as the settings will need to balance the needs of a child against making the most of the available capacity. Please contact individual playgrounds to make a booking enquiry for your child's space.

  • Please visit Awesome Adventure Play for more information and to book a place at one of the following playgrounds:

Barnard Park, Junction with Charlotte Terrace, Copenhagen Street, N1 0FB; Cape, Crouch Hill, N8 9EG; Cornwallis, Cornwallis Road, N19 4LP; King Henry’s Walk, King Henry's Walk, N1 4NX; Three Corners, Northampton Road, EC1R 0HU; Waterside, Dame Street, N1 7FR. 

Crumbles Castle, Pembroke Street, N1 0DP; Lumpy Hill, Market Roadd, N7 9PL; Timbuktu, Grenville Road, N19 4EJ; Toffee Park, Ironmonger Row, EC1V

You can find out more in Islington’s adventure playgrounds leaflet.

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