New Southgate Millennium Green



Welcome to the New Southgate Millennium Green Website.  Here you can find out about an exciting project to make a small park run by local volunteers for the benefit of the community-  What we are; where we are; who we are and what we do all year round to run the Green.

What is the Green?

The New Southgate Millennium Green is a public open space owned and operated by our own charitable trust.  It is one of 245 such greens throughout England, created to celebrate the turn of the millennium in 2000 ad.  The land is unfenced and is open to the public at all times.  The small, 1.4 acre site is situated near busy roads and housing estates and forms a quiet, hedged-in  haven with mown grassland for recreation; wild, untouched areas in the trees, adding to the wide range of habitats; formal gardens and a central paved area with a sculpture children can play on.



Contact Us

You can contact us :    Secretary-  Andrew Irvine 020 8368 2356      or  Chair:  Geoff Bylett 01992 764 149

You can also leave a message for us on our Wiki Page :


Where is the Green?

The Green is in North London, UK, in the borough of Enfield.  The Address is:

 Station Road, New Southgate London N11 1QD.-  Opposite Homebase

The nearest buses are the 221, 232 and 382.  The nearest rail is New Southgate Station on the GNER.  The nearest Tube is Arnos Grove on the Piccadilly line- seven minutes walk down Palmers Road.