Lee Valley Regional Park Authority

Lee Valley Regional Park Authority runs open spaces and sports venues along the 26 mile-long, 10,000 acre Lee Valley Regional Park, which stretches along the banks of the river Lee.

The park was created by an Act of Parliament as a green lung for London, Essex and Hertfordshire and is a mix of heritage sites, country parks, farms, nature reserves, urban green spaces and regional sports centres.

Lee Valley Regional Park Authority owns and runs three venues that were used during the Olympic & Paralympic Games.

Lee Valley White Water Centre hosted the London 2012 Canoe Slalom event; Lee Valley VeloPark was the venue for the London 2012 Track and BMX events; and Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre was the home of the London 2012 Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis.

Jobs with Lee Valley Regional Park Authority include sports development managers, catering assistant, customer care assistant, sports coach, duty manager, and venue manager.

Find out more about Lee Valley Regional Park Authority : http://www.leevalleypark.org.uk/  

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