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It's within Tudor Sports Ground, Clifford Road, Barnet, EN5 5JS.

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About Us

The Friends of Tudor Park and Pavilion (FoTPP) is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) established in 2021, registered as a charity in January 2023 and run by a dedicated team of locally-based volunteers. Our purpose is to refurbish and reopen the glorious but dilapidated pavilion in Tudor Sports Ground, Barnet Vale, EN5 5JS for the benefit of the entire community. The pavilion opened in 1920 to provide community and sporting facilities; but fell into disrepair 20 years ago. We are already working with Barnet Council on this restoration project who have awarded CIL funding.

As well as refurbishing the pavilion, we work to promote the community of Barnet Vale, and we run the annual Barnet Vale Festival, with the support of the London Festival of Architecture and Barnet Council. 




Meet Our Trustees


Simon Cohen: Chair

Simon was born in Hadley Wood and has lived in the area for 43 years. He is the founder of FotPP, and a Director of Staton Cohen Ltd. Chartered Landscape Architects and has stood as a candidate for Barnet Council in two local elections. 

Simon Kaufman RIBA ARB: Vice Chair

Simon is the principal of his own successful Architect's practice based in Chipping Barnet. He regularly engages in local regeneration and community initiatives, and helped form the group in 2020 after being a committee member of the Barnet Society for several years.

Hannah Lawrence: Secretary

Hannah has lived in Barnet for most of her life. Previously a Promotions Producer for BBC radio and television, she is now an editor and copywriter.

John Hay: Treasurer

John has lived all his life in Barnet. After over 20 years with the NHS in Procurement and Estates Management, he is now a Churchwarden of St. Mark's Church, Barnet Vale and is also the Honorary Secretary of the Barnet Society.