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Hillside Gardens Park is located between Hillside Road and Kingsmead Road in the Tulse Hill/Streatham Hill area of Lambeth.

Much loved and well used by the local community this hidden gem is a green oasis for the neighbourhood.

As well as the green space to enjoy there are four tennis courts (booking details here), two multi use games areas for football and basketball, a kids play area, a table tennis table, an outdoor gym and an mini-allotment site

The early morning view over Leigham Vale is not to be missed and the park is used by old and young for dog walking, picnics, gardening and all the other things that parks are for! Hilllside Gardens has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag for every year since 2010.

A Friends group was established in the early 2000’s – you can find out more about our work here. We cover both Hillside Gardens Park and Palace Road Nature Garden.

One O’Clock Club

The park hosts a long running one o’clock club providing childcare for toddlers. In 2016 the management of the club was taken over by Hitherfield Primary School. They are having some issues with the bringing the building up to the standard they want but we hope it will reopen soon.

Reporting problems in the park

We strongly encourage park users and local residents to report anti-social behavior and vandalism to the council. Only when problems are reported will the council and police take action.

You can report anti-social behavior over the phone by calling 020 7926 5000 during office hours, or via an online form on Lambeth’s website here.

If you are aware of criminal behavior taking place in the park including vandalism please contact the police, either by calling 101 to report an incident or by calling 999 if a crime is in progress.

You can report fly-tipping here.

You can report graffiti here.

If you have noticed a maintenance issue e.g. broken play equipment or missing fence panel, please contact the Friends group and we will speak to the council about getting it fixed.