Join TCV Green Gym in Waltham Forest
Everyone is welcome to join the Green Gym and there’s always something to suit all levels of experience and fitness. You’ll have the satisfaction of working in some of London’s finest parks, while boosting your physical and mental health and meeting like-minded people. All necessary tools will be provided as well as light refreshments. Find out more about TCV Green Gyms here.
Leyton Jubilee Park Green Gym
Join in and feel inspired… Be part of the newest Green gym in town. The Leyton Jubilee Park Green Gym has project days on every Thursday and all are welcome.
We will be planting trees and looking after the wildflower meadows and much more. Be part of your local park and get out and about.
Sessions run from 9.45am – 1pm
Contact Gareth Chalmers on 07731 450 839 or email email@example.com.
The Green Gym will be running every Wednesday in Ridgeway Park and Mansfield Park, Chingford. Please contact Gareth Chalmers on 07731 450 839 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting outside the Park Keeper’s office in Ridgeway Park, Old Church Road, Chingford, E4 6XU, sessions run from 9.45am – 1pm.
Get involved with The Conservation Volunteers every Friday from 10.45am – 2pm, meeting outside the Stables in Lloyd Park, Forest Road, E17 4PP. For more information, or to join us, please contact Gareth Chalmers on 07731 450 839 or email email@example.com.
Since 2013 TCV has helped with a large scale, lottery-funded transformation and restoration of Lloyd Park. First opened to the public by the Victorians in 1900 on land we can trace back to medieval times, the park is a valuable public space with a fascinating history.
Located a step back from the busy Forest Road, Lloyd Park features a mixture of landscaped garden and strolling walkways along with first-class facilities and The William Morris Museum.
At the Lloyd Park Green Gym, The Conservation Volunteer’s work centres around tree care, with other conservation work including bulb planting, pathway clearance and general gardening. Recently our volunteers have been busy creating compost bins and a raised bed for the under-fives.