The Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park are a registered charity who look after the beautiful and atmospheric Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, on behalf of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The Cemetery Park is London’s most urban woodland, and Tower Hamlets’ only woodland park. It is historically important, being one of London’s Magnificent Seven Cemeteries, closing to burials and becoming a public park in 1966. This site supports an incredible variety of species and is a Local Nature Reserve and Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation.
The Shuffle bar and restaurant is now open and serving to all every Wednesday to Sunday, for brunch & dinner, from now up to the 27th August - booking and more information can be found here. All can be found easily by our Southern Grove entrance. Join Chef, Anjli Vyas for a feast like no other - only £17 for 3 courses. Book seats online and join us on the deck in the sky!
Shuffle is an annual arts festival in Mile End, taking place across Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, and hidden venues in the surrounding area.
The festival exhibits local creativity through film, science, performance, architectural installations, walks, food, and music.
Saturday/Sunday and weekend tickets available. www.shufflefestival.com
With nature literally hurling her gifts at us it can be a very busy time for foragers. We welcome responsible, considerate foragers collecting for personal use only.
Bylaws prevent foraging in the Cemetery Park. Commercial foraging is forbidden; foraging for personal use is by permission only.
We ask visitors to forage sustainably and responsibly, and please make sure you stay safe and within the law. If in doubt, please get in touch.
We also ask foragers to adhere to the guidelines produced by the Woodland Trust. Click here.
For more info please head over to our page about park use, here.