Childrens Water Play Area
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 The Conservation Volunteers
Dukes Meadows Trust a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales, No 5218748
A Registered Charity No 1106538 - Copyright © 1999 - 2014 DMTrust all rights reserved
Honorary Patron
Dukes Meadows Adventure Playground
Dukes Meadows Adventure Playground
The Food Market Chiswick
The Pavilion Studios Arist Workspace
Dukes Meadows Trust is a community driven conservation charity working to restore a riverside park on the Thames at Chiswick. We aim to improve the leisure potential and bio diversity  of the park by involving volunteers from across the community.
Adventure Playground
London Mayor's Safer Parks Award
We are delighted to have won a Gold Award for Dukes Meadows
This is a great testament to all the hard work of the local community and support from the Police
About Dukes Meadows Trust
From London Play
Article by Dr Ute Navidi, former Chief Executive London Play, now independent consultant
dukes meadows trust
Dukes Meadows is a riverside park located in the southern part of Chiswick bordered by a loop of the River Thames. The park contains a beautiful water play area and adventure playground built by a local conversation charity Dukes Meadows Trust

Through the hard work and determination of volunteers from the local community working together with the Local Authority, we have a beautiful recreational area, which is a fantastic family facility for all to enjoy what ever you leisure pursuits.

Apart from the paddling pool, sand pit, kiosk and adventure playground, there is large meadow for football and general activities, like kite flying or just walking you dog or small events, also a general area alongside the Masonians Bowls Club where a
Fine Foods Market is held. The Food Market Chiswick

There are many sports clubs in Dukes Meadows ranging from Cricket, Football, Rugby, Rowing, Golf and a health club, for the more energetic and health conscious there are a lot of allotments to grow you own vegetables.

The Meadows even boasts it’s own bandstand situated along the promenade, often mention in the boat race commentary, built in 1926, it was used regally up to the eighties but sadly not in use today.

Dukes Meadow has become a great place to visit for a diverse range of people and can cater for most people’s recreational needs.         
Important News
Paddling Pool
Playground
Food Market
Pavilion Art Studios
Summer Fun Events 2014
Free Summer Fun Events for Children Starting on  Sunday15th June 2014
Posters will be put up on the park gates, on Council events website and other places  nearer the time to give exact location of the event and times they take place Go to Events List Page