September Park of the Month
Cayton Green Park & Recreation Ground

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Cayton Green Park & Fields
Cayton Green Park & Fields

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Cayton Green Park & Fields
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For a birds eye view of the Park see https://youtu.be/hn3IpZN6Pwg

This quiet, tucked away park is off the radar for many as it is in a residential area so attracts mainly local visitors or those who visit Northolt RFC on the adjacent sports fields.  But there is room for all, the sports club and fields are contained within a hedged boundary.

 

The quiet space of Cayton Green has attractive mature trees, grass meadows to roam, some lovely oaks, wide open   spaces, a fun playground for children including a spiderlike climbing frame, and swings, an fun oversized car with a slide - and at this time of year,  a wonderful field of sunflowers 🌻  🌻   🌻 - now in bloom!  Well worth a visit!

 

The adjacent recreation field is well used as a base for Northolt RFC which holds a 60-year lease on the sports grounds at Cayton Green Park which it uses along with various other local sports clubs who are associate members of Northolt RFC.  The Club House is well established.

 

It hosts mini and youth rugby, as well as an annual tag tournament for local schools. The club has also inaugurated two annual rugby tournaments for local schools; one at Primary School level and the other at Secondary School level, and offers its grounds to those local schools that lack their own pitches and facilities

 

It is registered as a Community Amateur Sports Club and is open to other areas of the local community to use such as hosting the local Neighbourhood Watch.

Cayton Green and Oldfield Recreation Ground NHS Suggested Health Walk

A simple and level walk on residential streets, linking a couple of local recreation grounds. 

  • Start and finish: Greenford Station (Central line and local services) 

  • Distance: 1.5 miles/2.46 kilometres 

  • Transport: Tube Greenford Station, Bus 92, 105, E6 

  • Parking: Limited in surrounding streets 

  • Facilities: Café, restaurant and shops in parade by station, The Black Horse, Railway Tavern and Bridge Hotel public houses 

  • Accessibility: This walk is suitable for wheelchairs 

From the station, cross over and turn right down Oldfield Lane North. Walk right down to the junction with Western Avenue. Turn left and almost immediately left again up Greenford Road. Just past the entrance to Oldfield Primary School, cross Greenford Road at the crossing. Turn right, then take the first left up Daryngton Drive. Take the first left, Middleton Avenue. A little way up, cross over and turn right into Cayton Green sports ground. Take the path on the left around the playing field. At the end turn left into Bennets Avenue, and almost immediately left again into Downing Drive. Continue over Middleton Avenue to Greenford Road at the end. Cross at the crossing and turn right, then left into Oldfield Recreation Ground. Take the path round the left of the park and out onto Oldfield Lane North. Cross over at the crossing and turn right back to the start.

Facilities

  • Grass Pitches

  • Health and Fitness Gym

  • Childrens Playground

  • Mature Trees

  • Grassland

  • Sunflower Field in September

Access

Sports Club / Community Association

Disabled access

This site has disability access.

Car parking

This site has car parking.