Log in | Create account

 

Barking Park 

Barking Park is the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham's oldest park, opened in 1898. It consists of nearly 30 hectares consisting of a 910 metre long lake, ornamental areas, tree lined avenues, playing fields and facilities for boating, bowls and football.

The Barking Park Education and Outreach Ranger Service organises an interesting and exciting annual program of events and activities including a park open day, play sessions and educational walks and talks.

Barking Park also hosts an increasing number of community events each year, coordinated by the borough's Events Management Team, such as the annual East London Mela, fun fairs, firework display and circus.

The park secured £3,254,000 funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund in February 2008, under their Public Parks Initiative, for the restoration and improvement of the park.

Barking Park is managed and maintained by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.


About us 

The Lodge 
How to find and contact us

Facilities 

Children's playground 
What's in the park

Events and Activities 

Splash Park 
What's going on in the park

Education and Outreach 

The Outdoor Classroom 
Programmes for Schools and community groups

Sports and recreation 

Boat Hire 
Sports clubs
Community groups

Get involved 

Barking Park lake 
Friends of Barking Park
Volunteering opportunities

Emma Roebuck

Education and Outreach Ranger

Barking Park Lodge

Longbridge Road

Barking

IG11 8TA

 

Phone: 020 8227 5290

Email: emma.roebuck@lbbd.gov.uk

Environment

Barking and Dagenham Direct

C/o Civic Centre

Dagenham

RM10 7BN

 

Phone: 020 8215 3000

Email: 3000direct@lbbd.gov.uk

 

Barking Park