Lyttelton Playing Fields
Most of the site is a large grassed area which can be used for cricket and football, and there are also a children's playground, tennis courts, multisport basketball and football courts, a private bowls club and toilets.
Mutton Brook goes along the north of the site through a small area of old woodland which is shown on Rocque's map of 1754, and was called Watery Wood in an 1864 Ordnance Survey map. The hedgerow along the southern edge once marked the boundary of the Bishop of London's Hornsey Park Estate. There is a small 'Children's Millennium wood' in the north west corner.
Access is from Kingsley Way, Lyttelton Road, Norrice Lea and Linden Lea.