Back in the summer, Mike Urban took "a walk through Hillside Gardens, a small but popular park situated between Streatham Hill and Tulse Hill". And took some nice photos. Thanks for spreading the love of parks. https://www.brixtonbuzz.com/2020/06/a-walk-through-hillside-gardens-a-small-but-popular-park-situated-between-streatham-hill-and-tulse-hill/
Our much-loved member, June Hyde, died last Sunday, November Eight. She had been in failing health for a number of years, but she died peacefully in her sleep. She was 84. June had been a trustee of the Friends of Hillside from 2012 until 2019, when she retired from that role. Her great interest was… Continue reading June Hyde – a Tribute
by Michael Donkor When my first novel came out in 2018, I was lucky enough to be sent around the country on a bewildering but exciting promotional tour. The tour took in bookshops, literary festivals, libraries, schools. To begin with, the prospect of the Q&As that came after the readings pricked me with an itchy… Continue reading Writer Michael Donkor on how Hillside Gardens Park Kept him Writing
Dear Resident, The Friends of Hillside Gardens and the London Borough of Lambeth have been working in partnership with Turkington Martin Landscape Architects to develop a masterplan to direct investment of £500k into the redevelopment of Hillside Gardens. The funds have come from local s106 developer contribution agreements. The proposed investment will: Enhance accessibility throughout… Continue reading Improving Hillside Garden’s Play Area – what do you think?
During the last Friend's meeting in September, Studio Cherry presented a vision as to what a building would look like if it was a community cafe/hub for all park users. This idea was brought up at our first public consultation. The location for such a building would be beside the Children's playground just beyond the… Continue reading Ideas and Plans for the Community Hub
We would like to know which surface you would most like to have installed during the upcoming park's development. The idea is to find out which court surface is desired and whether to have one or two different types of tennis court surface/s. The information below gives a brief summary of the characteristics of the four most popular tennis court surfaces used in… Continue reading Which Tennis Court Surface At Hillside Gardens Park do you want?
You may or may not know that Lambeth has allocated a large amount of money to improve the park (more information here and here), providing us with the chance to improve the park for everyone. The council has started the process and a team of landscape architects has sketched out some first ideas. Now we want… Continue reading Survey about the future of the park: Tells us how the park should be improved!
Each year the Friends of Hillside Gardens Park (i.e., we) are organising a day of free fun and activities for the whole family: The Hillside Sports Day. And each year, it is growing and getting better and better. The aim of the day is not only to provide the people around Hillside Gardens Park with… Continue reading Hillside Sports Day (18th of May): Better than Ever
Dear Friend, the wonderful Cath Raitt wrote a comprehensive report summarizing all the important things that happened at the last public consultation. We are very grateful for all the input we got from the fantastic people that came along and for Cath writing this report. You can read the report here. And below are two pictures of the wonderful… Continue reading Hillside Gardens Park: Report from the public meeting held on 25 March 2019
On the evening of 25th March over 30 people gathered in the church hall of St Simon and St Jude on Hillside Road. The purpose of the meeting was for Lambeth with the working group from Friends of Hillside of Garden Park to present the plan for the park. There is just under £600,000 to… Continue reading Friends of Hillside Garden Park- An Exciting Future