Leyton Jubliee Park is an attractive open space located within Waltham Forest, East London. Formerly an uninspiring open space, the park has been transformed by Waltham Forest Council to create a vibrant space offering opportunities for formal and informal recreation. Facilities include sports pavilion, football pitches, basketball court, play areas and an outdoor gym. These are facilities are used extensively by local community including pupils from the surrounding secondary and primary schools.
KukooLaLa is a community cafe located in the heart of the park and a popular meeting point for local residents. The café is also a base for community led events such as story time, held each weekday morning, and seasonal activities including gingerbread house making, Halloween party and Easter events. The café building is also home to the Eton Manor running club, one of the oldest running clubs in the London.
A remnant tract of marsh land, the park adjoins the Lea Valley Regional Park and supports features of nature conservation interest including scrub woodland, meadow, wildflowers and mature trees. The Dagenham Brook flows through the park and is part designated as a Site of Importance of Nature Conservation. Local reports have noted kingfishers along the river. A woodland walk has been created within an area of deciduous woodland along the western boundary of the park which is under-planted with native bluebells and wildflowers.