Parks & Playgrounds in Wandsworth

 
Tooting Common Tooting
25-Feb-14 to 25-Feb-16
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Tooting Common is the largest of Wandsworth's open spaces spanning the area from Furzedown all the way across to Balham. There's a pretty pond, two recently refurbished playgroun...

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Battersea Park Adventure Playground Battersea
1 review 27-Feb-14 to 27-Feb-16

The popular old playground was demolished last autumn and has been updated and replaced with new equipment following a £200,000 refurbishment by Wandsworth Council.

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Battersea Park Battersea
1 review 24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

The 200 acre, Battersea Park was built between 1854 and 1870 and formally opened in 1858. There is a lake where you can hire rowing boats, a gallery to visit, the peace pagoda...

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King George's Park King George's Park Wandsworth
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

King George's Park spans 55 acres and runs along next to the Wandle and Garratt Lane from just past Earlsfield station all the way to the Southside centre. There's a riverside...

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Falcon Park Falcon Park Battersea
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Enclosed by railway lines, Falcon Park has play grounds, sports pitches and a one o'clock club.

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Garratt Park Earlsfield
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Park, playground, pitches and children's centre (One O'clock Club).

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Wimbledon Park Wimbledon Park Wandsworth Borders
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Although managed by Merton, Wimbledon park straddles the Wandsworth border and is easily accessed from Southfields/Earlsfield via the entrance at the end of Revelstoke Road (where...

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Putney Heath Putney
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Take time out from the urban sprawl and head for Putney Heath's 400 acres of woodland, scrubland, heathland, and park land. The Heath runs into Wimbledon Common and together they...

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Coronation Gardens Coronation Gardens Southfields
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Coronation Gardens were formally opened by the Mayor of Wandsworth on 4 July 1903 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII in August 1902.

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Fred Wells Gardens Fred Wells Gardens Battersea
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Medium sized park near to the Thames. Free to use tennis courts and children's playground.

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Furzedown Recreation Ground Furzedown Recreation Ground Tooting
24-Mar-14 to 24-Mar-16

Public recreation ground run by Wandsworth Council. Sprint track, pitches, astroturf pitch, tennis courts, netball/basketball court and children's playground with: slide, swings...

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Morden Hall Park Wandsworth Borders
13-Apr-14 to 13-Apr-16

A green oasis giving you a taste of a country estate with a glimpse of agricultural and industrial history. This tranquil former deer park is one of the few remaining estates...

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