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During the ten year anniversary of the opening of Lee Valley VeloPark, new investment in the venue has been announced


It’s been 10 years since Lee Valley VeloPark opened its doors to the public following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.


Lee Valley Ice Centre today welcomed hundreds of school children and community figures to mark nine remarkable months of community impact since the opening of this stunning new leisure venue in Leyton.


This month marks six years since Robbie Jordan Lea, a young man from Cheshunt with a bright future, tragically drowned after getting into difficulty swimming in a lake in River Lee Country Park.


Hundreds of collectors set to descend on Enfield for popular event.


Eight sites across Lee Valley Regional Park have been awarded the highest Gold accolade from the prestigious London in Bloom Awards for 2023.


The warmth of community spirt and joy could be felt by all at Saturday’s Wassailing event at Waltham Abbey Gardens.


Inviting wildlife enthusiasts to join the Bittern Roost Watch in River Lee Country Park on Sunday 4 February.


The new Lee Valley Ice Centre to open on Saturday 17 June offer sessions for £1.


New skills, job opportunities, inspiring other – do something different.


There are plenty of wallet-friendly ways to keep active and boost your wellbeing in Lee Valley Regional Park this winter.


Myddelton House Gardens set to welcome hundreds of visitors to popular event


Popular sports venue unveils new top level indoor track


A new exhibition showcasing the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, “10 years on” opens today (13 April) at Lee Valley VeloPark.


Lee Valley Regional Park Authority confirmed today (17 March 2022) a 10-year partnership with charitable social enterprise GLL, to operate and manage its world class sporting venues from 1st April 2022.


Nine open spaces, gardens and heritage sites in Lee Valley Regional Park have retained a sought after international award.


Over 35 budding young farmers visited Holyfield Hall Farm near Waltham Abbey in Essex to get an insight in farming and the agricultural industry.


From testing there Olympic skills to Halloween fun, there's lots for the kids in the Lee Valley


As the risk of parcel delays and gift shortages threaten to disrupt Christmas this year, why not take the stress away and treat your loved one to an experience voucher instead?


The long awaited Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are set to launch on 23 July – just in time for the School Holidays! So what better place to spend the summer break than Lee Valley Regional Park, home to the London 2012 Olympic Games.


If you’re looking for inspiration on what to do this May half term, Lee Valley Regional Park offers a variety of wonderful outdoor spaces and nature reserves where children and their families can roam free and explore the wildlife for free.


If you haven’t picked up a gift for the main man in your life yet, don’t panic - Lee Valley Regional Park have a range of fun and exhilarating experience vouchers available.


Brigadier Andrew Parker Bowles OBE visited his ancestral home at Myddelton House Gardens last month to plant an apple tree created in his honour.


Much loved family attraction Lee Valley Park Farms in Waltham Abbey is excited to announce that they will be re-opening their doors at the end of April, under the new management of Marsh Farm.


Bird watchers, nature lovers and friends and families will be able to get up close to the glorious wildlife and habitats found in the Lee Valley when a brand new Wildlife Discovery Centre opens on Thursday 3 December.

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