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Monday, 30 July 2012
King George’s Park


As seen from the air over Wandsworth on Friday morning.

King George’s Park was originally called Southfields Park and was laid out in 1922. However it was opened in 1936 by King George V. It contains a restored lake, ornamental areas, sports pitches, tennis courts, a bowling green, a fitness trail, a children’s playground, a BMX and adventure playground, and a “One O’Clock Centre” for younger children. The River Wandle forms part of the eastern boundary of the park (left side in the above photograph) and there is a riverside walk, containing sites of ecological significance, and which is a section of the longer Wandle Trail.

Posted by bigblue on 30/07/2012 at 08:46 AM
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