Well Hall Pleasaunce

Well Hall Pleasaunce
Well Hall Pleasaunce is one of Greenwich's Green Flag Award-winning sites and it has achieved a silver gilt in the small park of the year category of the London in Bloom awards.

It is connected historically with the Tudor monarchs' residence at nearby Eltham Palace. Margaret More, daughter of Sir Thomas More, Lord Chancellor (who lived near Eltham Palace) married William Roper who lived at Well Hall. It also has links with the children's author E Nesbit, who lived here as a child.

The park has lots of different themed gardens such as an Italian garden, rose garden, heather garden and floral shield garden. It also has a bowling green, play area and several water features.

In 2015 a vine cutting, said to be from the oldest of that particular variety, was donated by the people of Maribor, a Slovenian town twinned with Greenwich. It was planted in a ceremony attended by dignitaries from Slovenia.

The Tudor Barn building dates back to the 16th century and is located towards the north part of the park. It is now a restaurant that caters for park users and is available to hire for private functions.
Well Hall Road,
Eltham SE9
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Well Hall Pleasaunce has retained the Green Flag award.

Sports and play areas
The park ranger service conducts walking tours, where you can learn about the historical landmarks of Well Hall Pleasaunce. Groups interested in the tours can call 020 8921 2937 to arrange. There is also a bowling green and children's playground on site.
020 8856 0100
Access information
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Further information
The Tudor Barn venue is available to hire for wedding or civil partnership ceremonies or private functions.
Please note that children must be supervised at all times due to deep water.
Fishing or swimming are not permitted.
No dogs and no cycling permitted.
Park friends group information
The Friends of Coldharbour Open Spaces invites new members to join them.

Please email them on FOCOSgroup@outlook.com
Friends of Park website