Clissold Park User Group (CPUG)
The Clissold Park User Group (CPUG) is a local community group for the people of Stoke Newington in Hackney who appreciate and love their local park.
The group has been campaigning locally for over 20 years and seeks to represent the interests of everyone who uses this very popular park: the walkers, joggers, cyclists, nature lovers, families and free spirits who value the opportunity to enjoy time outdoors in this beautiful and historic space.
» Read more about CPUG
» For general enquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
Talk by Margaret Willes: The Parks and Gardens of London’s Working Class
Sunday 8th May at 2pm
The distinguished historian of parks and gardens (and long-standing Hackney resident and park user), Margaret Willes, will talk about Londoners’ love of parks, gardens and allotments, based on her acclaimed books The Gardens of the British Working Class (2014) and The Making of the English Gardener (2011).
» Book you tickets, £5 (includes a glass of wine or a soft drink), from Eventbrite
This is a Clissold Park fundraising event
» More on this and other CPUG events
CPUG Spring Quiz Night fundraiser
Sunday 15 May, 7 – 10pm, Clissold House.
We need ten teams of six quizzers. £12 per person (£72 per team) which includes entrance to the quiz, snacks and a free drink. You need to recruit your own team.
Text 07768 231 192 to take part.
» Download the flyer (PDF)
Fundraising and park improvements
Using information from the Annual survey, CPUG and the park management have identified four areas that park users would like investment in:
- The replacement of the drinking fountain outside the Lodge at the Green Lanes gate
- Installation of some new baby swings in the playground
- Installation of fixed fitness equipment (probably down by the multi-use games area)
- Creating a new beginners wheels area for younger children near the skatepark
The Council does not have sufficient funds for these. We will keep you posted about our fundraising plans but please do let us know if you are interested in helping.
Clissold Park through the centuries
Over 100 images of Clissold Park and House from its origins as a private estate in the eighteenth century to the public park it became and 1889 and the much loved public space it is now.
» Visit @HistoryOfStokey