About This Project

Arnos Park is a 44-acre remnant of the Arnos Grove Estate and was purchased in 1928 by Southgate Council. It’s a very pleasant green space with Pymmes Brook flowing through it and some shady woodlands and large grassy areas. There’s a children’s playground and tennis courts, and for those interested, the abandoned New River loop can be found amongst the trees to the north of the park.

There are three running routes to add to the many activities here, and Landmark has installed a Durban lectern with a map of the routes and some distance marker posts to show weary runners how far they’ve got to go!  The lectern and posts are powder coated aluminium from the Citi Platinum range with its distinctive profile.

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