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Mint Street Park

Mint Street Park

About the park

Mint Street Park is located in the space occupied previously by the Evelina Children's Hospital (1869-1976). It became a semi-derelict open space with a reputation for crime and anti-social behaviour. Bankside Open Spaces Trust (BOST) brought together the local community, with support from Southwark Council and the then ODPM, to address the needs of key user groups. These groups included homeless people, parents and young people, who played a role in improving the space, resulting in the current park.

Mint Street Park is now a local play space and venue for community events. It's the largest green park in Bankside and has a playground for children up to 14 years, a community stage, and a small sports pitch. Mint Street Adventure Playground is right next to the park.

Mint Street Adventure Playground

Hire a room

Mint street hire ground floor
Ground floor hall

Ground floor hall (and kitchen)

Suitable for children’s parties, exercise sessions, education/training classes, conferences, meetings and workshops. Includes access to kitchen facilities and direct access to the adventure playground, if booked together.

Availability of the ground floor hall is limited due to council play provision throughout the year.

Capacity

  • *50 seated (in rows)
  • 150 standing
  • 20 group exercise
Kitchen
Ground floor hall kitchen

First floor hall (with lift access)

Suitable for children’s parties, exercise sessions, education / training classes, conferences, meetings and workshops. The upstairs hall is fully accessible with lift access.

Capacity

  • *60 seated (in rows)
  • 60 standing
  • 20 group exercise

* Seated capacity for information only and does not reflect the number of chairs available on site.

To hire a space at the Mint Street Park Adventure Playground, email youthservice@southwark.gov.uk

Page last updated: 10 October 2023

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