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A medium sized public open space located between Clapham, Balham and Streatham.
A chain of small open spaces running between Vauxhall and Waterloo along the River Thames.
A popular medium-sized open space in the heart of Waterloo, with a rich and fascinating history.
A small open space located between Gipsy Hill and Crystal Palace in the south-eastern corner of the borough
Brockwell Park is a large park set within a hilly landscape and comprising a network of ponds, trees (including ancient oaks), a walled 'Old English' flower garden and wide, open meadows.
At over 85 hectares in size, Clapham Common is one of London’s largest, and oldest, public open spaces, situated between Clapham, Battersea and Balham.
Emma Cons Gardens is a small open space in Waterloo opposite the famous Old Vic Theatre, as well as shops and businesses on The Cut and Lower Marsh, and directly opposite Waterloo Railway Station.
Hillside Gardens Park is a medium-sized but popular park situated between Streatham Hill and Tulse Hill.
Kennington Park is large and attractive Victorian-era public park, with winding paths and numerous mature trees, helping create a graceful, historic yet peaceful atmosphere.
Larkhall Park is an local park between Clapham, Stockwell and Vauxhall, which includes artificial and grass football pitches and tennis courts, a children’s playground, and a community garden.
Max Roach Park consists of four small areas of open space running up the eastern side of the A23 Brixton Road from central Brixton to Angell Town.
Myatt's Fields Park is a medium-sized Victorian-era park located between Camberwell and Brixton.
Norwood Park is situated on one of the highest points in Lambeth and offers some amazing views across South London.
Old Paradise Gardens is a small but vital green space near to Lambeth Palace, with a children's playground, wildlife features and quiet sitting areas.
Palace Road Nature Garden is based on the site of two large houses and their gardens, at 34 and 36 Palace Road, which were demolished in the 1980s.
A set of grass playing fields, tennis courts and other games courts located between Herne Hill and West Norwood. The site is primarily for the use of local schools and sports clubs.
A large Edwardian-era park located between Camberwell, Brixton and Herne Hill, which still contains many of its original heritage features.
St. Mary's Gardens is a small open space in Waterloo and within easy travelling distance of Westminster, Albert Embankment and the South Bank.
St. John's Church Gardens is a small open space located in the middle of Waterloo, providing an important public space for relaxation, wildlife and gardening.
St. Luke’s Church Gardens is a small open space which envelops the front of St. Luke’s Church, the parish church for West Norwood.