There are many ways to be a Friend of Gladstone Park…

What’s happening? – see next public meeting and FoGP Diary 2017

View minutes of latest Committee meeting (committee members only)

Why not take a walk in the park, get awaherony from the traffic and hurly-burly and relax?

Click here if you are interested in Wildlife in Gladstone Park, for details of tree and bird walks or to join the Gladstone Gardening Group. For information about the  Pledge a Plant scheme, click here. 

For fans of the oval ball, play or watch rugby at the Kilburn Cosmos rugby_ball

Fancy a 5km run or jog? then join parkrun – runs take place every Saturday at 9.00 am – meet by the Cricklewood Library entrance parkrunners

Maybe try the Irish sport of hurling, with Kilburn Gaels – if you are interested, email the secretary, Anna O’Toole at annaotoole@outlook.com      Kilburn_Gaels_action2

Or, for something slower, how about a healthy guided walk every Friday from 1.30 to 2.30 pm – meet just down from the car park off Dollis Hill Lane towards the  memorial scuplture to prisoners of war and victims of concentration camps.

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To book using OpenPlay click here for a walk , or here for a tennis court

You don’t need to book the outdoor gym or the children’s playgrounds, as they are always available and very popular.

To stay in touch with what’s going on, have a look at FOGP on Facebook, or, for loads of photos of the park, see Gladstone Park Community NW2 on Facebook

● How to find Gladstone Park                            ● View the FOGP constitution

● Some heritage photos  and historic visitors   ● Explore the events archive

● First Annual General Meeting held – see  fogp-agm-2016-11-12-minutes