Popular with the local community, including schools and college, this park has achieved Green Flag status since 2010. Located on the edge of Hornchurch there are great views of St Andrews Church. For an urban park there is a good amount of wildlife with varied habitats in the borders and meadows. There is plenty to keep visitors occupied with a children's play area with inclusive play equipment and cycle track, multi-use games ball court and outdoor gym.
If you wish to travel to this park by public transport you have several options at your disposal. From Hornchurch station you can travel on the 193 bus to Wingletye Lane, and then take a short walk to the entrance on Bellevue Road. Alternatively, the 256 runs along North Street and stops at the end of Burnway. A fifteen minute walk up this road will take you to the park's main entrance. gate. Detailed public transport travel information and journey planner can be found on the Transport for London website.
There is no public car park at St Andrews Park.
There are three entrances to St Andrews Park: Pedestrian access Burnway, Hornchurch. RM11 3SQ. Maywin Drive, Hornchurch. Bellevue Road, Hornchurch. RM11 3SS. You can view these locations in Google Maps.