Active Park Groups


Block Workout delivers calisthenics (bodyweight) training to all ages and abilities in Brockwell Park, which improves strength of body and mind and helps you become a better you.

Brixton BMX Club

The Brixton BMX Club is a membership organisation open to BMX bicycle enthusiasts. The Club practices at Brockwell Park’s BMX track on Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10 am until midday.

Brockwell Bowlers

Brockwell Bowlers use the publicly accessible bowling green that is open to players of all standards and experience. Contact Heather Bouchier-Hayes. Email:

Brockwell Lido Users

Brockwell Lido Users is a membership organisation which aims to ensure that the services within the Brockwell Lido complex are maintained and extended. You do not need to be a member of BLU to use the Lido.

Community Greenhouses

Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses. Located next the historic Walled Garden, The Community Greenhouses is a nursery that promotes local food growing and healthy eating; and provides education and training in sustainable horticulture.

Miniature Railway

Brockwell Park Miniature Railway. A 7.25 inch gauge miniature railway is open 11am-4pm on Sundays between April and October, journeying from Herne Hill gate to Brockwell Lido and back again.


Friends of Brockwell Park (FoBP) is a membership organisation that organises an annual tree ceremony, a Spring and Autumn walk around the park, a Winter Fair and more regular missives to Lambeth Town Hall.


The St Matthews Project offers free structured football and coaching sessions to young people aged from 6 to 21. It delivers a wide range of support and activities to young people beyond the football pitch.


Currently located at Brockwell Lido, Whippersnappers provide arts activities for children and adults of all ages, needs and backgrounds to express themselves.

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    1. Sorry for the delay. There is a full-time gardener (Lambeth) in the garden for quite a lot of the week. There are also two volunteer gardeners (Friends of Brockwell Park) who are usually in the Walled Garden on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You can also get an app called Seek, which will identify some plants, although sometimes it’s lazy and will only tell you that it’s a plant and and it does not recognise all the cultivars.

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