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Ravenor Park

Introduction

Getting there

Bus: 95, 105, 282, E6, E7, E9, E10 to the Ruislip Road  
Nearest tube: Greenford (Central Line), Oldfield Lane North, Greenford 
Parking: Nearby parking in central Greenford 
On foot/bike: Several entrances from nearby roads – Oldfield Lane South, Ruislip Road, Ravenor Park Road, Eastmead Avenue

 

About the park

The park was originally known as Costons Farm Recreation Ground, but later changed its name to Ravenor Park. Today, the cowshed barn with the hayloft at one end, are all that can be seen of the old farm buildings. They currently house the London Motorbike Museum and Ealing Heritage Centre immediately adjacent to the park on Oldfield Lane South.

As well as 2 tarmacadam tennis courts, located near the Ruislip Road entrance to the park, there are also other sport and recreational activity opportunities in the park including:

  • Playground near the Oldfield Lane South entrance
  • Multi-use games area
  • Adult exercise equipment near Ruislip Road entrance
  • Disabled access/facilities – mixture of tarmac and hoggin path surfaces, some gentle slopes.  Bark chip path through nature conservation area.  Good provision of benches throughout the park

Coaching

Bounce Tennis will be running the coaching programmes at this site.

Please note that only coaches working for Bounce Tennis are licenced by Ealing Council to coach at this site.


How to find us

Ravenor Park
Pembroke Road
Greenford
London
UB6 9QP

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