PYMMES 'YACHT' POND
THE CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND
ENTRANCE GATES AT SILVER STREET
WHAT'S NEW IN PYMMES PARK
The recently developed wetlands in Pymmes Park (2015) has two great features: one is improvement of the water quality both in Pymmes Lake and the the adjoining Pymmes Brook and two it's ability to unite people with nature.
Pymmes Park; where there is always something for everyone
Take a leisurely stroll around the many winding footpaths that surround The Wetlands, Pymmes Lake, yacht pond, lawns and sports field. Whether you want to go for a casual stroll (or run) or need a secure playground for the children, a field for your dog to run in, wildlife to watch, Pymmes Park really does have it all!
Other facilities are also available such as basketball and tennis courts, bowling club (new members welcome), football field, plus each Saturday, you can even participate to a Parkrun and a Fit for Life for 50 Plus group!
We appeal to everyone: never ever pour cooking oil, engine oil, diesel, builders waste, wastewater from carpet shampooers and the like into rainwater/roadside gutter drains as it all ends up untreated in our rivers, and in this case, Pymmes Park Lake. This kind of pollution often leads to a slow and agonising death for the waterfowl.
Pymmes Park Bowls Club
Pymmes Park Bowls Club founded in 1906 welcomes new members at the start of the bowls season June 2017.
Pymmes Park Bowls club are also happy to support Enfield Visually Impaired Club for a afternoon of bowls.
For those who like to feed white bread please STOP as it is doing too much harm and encouraging rats which cause Weil's disease. If you wish to feed the swan family, washed and chopped lettuce and wheat bread is preferable. But never feed mouldy bread to any wildlife as it is harmful.