Peckham Rye Park former Bowling Green and Pavilion - give us your ideas

Closed 11 Oct 2020

Opened 27 Aug 2020


Help us to improve the use of the former Bowling Green and The Pavilion at Peckham Rye Park.

Map of Peckham Rye Park

Peckham Rye Park Welcome Sign Peckham Rye Park Pavilion

Situated in the south of the borough, the park is one of our premier parks.  It is a Heritage listed Park.  The area of the park has been used as a Bowling Green, with a supporting Pavilion.  They have become underused but still cost a lot of money to run.

We’ve been exploring ideas with possible partners to run this area.  Now we’re keen to hear your bright ideas on how this area of the park can be improved, in support of our aims to:

  • increase the provision of facilities and attractions  
  • provide entertainment and
  • bring people together

Your views will feed into options for the future running of this area that reflects the wishes and aspirations of people who have responded to this survey. 

This survey is open to anyone who lives, works or visits the borough.  We especially want to hear from local residents.  Help us to work out how we can encourage better use of this area with your ideas.  The closing date for giving us your views is 11 October 2020.

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