Living just up the road from the park, I can't say I'm a massive fan of it. As the reviewer above said, the park has the usual children's playground and greenery. The children's play centre is a bit of a trek (it took me ages to find), but it should be useful if you have young children with you. The staff can speak in either Hindi or Punjabi as well. The park is mostly used by the older generation, and you can see many of them relaxing on benches (mostly napping on them). This is probably just me being grouchy, but when I cannot find a single free bench because there's a person sleeping on each one, it doesn't exactly make me feel good about the park. I also don't feel comfortable walking through the park sometimes because of the stares I get.
There's funfairs held in the park occasionally, but that's about it Thankfully, the park is always kept fairly clean, and being Southall, it's one of the most multicultural parks in the city.
This park has seen many events in the past, such as the mela event, which is now known as the london mela at gunnersbury park. But due to the congestion it caused and litter, this is now a local park with the usul childrens park rides and greenery for football and cricket playing. There is a childrens play centre located in the park, but not enough information is available for me to comment upon this. This park attracts the older members of the community for their morning strolls and chats. This is a nice enough park.
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