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Jubilee Park

Galliard Road
Edmonton
N9 7PB
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Jubilee Park, officially opened in June 1939, at a time of rapid development for the Lea Valley area. The provision of an open space for local residents was just as much a priority for the Council then as it is now.
The park was named Jubilee Park to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935. The main entrance to Jubilee Park in Galliard Road, with its impressive Art Deco gates, is very much in keeping with this period.

Much of the park was originally a brick works and, after its closure, the area was landscaped by the Council to provide a public park. Brick making was a major industry in the Enfield/Edmonton area, with the last brick works on Hoe Lane closing in the late 1970s. Jubilee Park comprises an area of about 52 acres, including the Henry Barass Sports Ground.

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free

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