London Park Discovery Project
Park Explorer 7K   London Discovery Project 6K
Homepage
 
Choose a borough
 
Greenwich map
 
Park details
Historic photographs
 

 

 

 

 

 

London Parks & Gardens Trust

 
Where do you want to explore?
Borough: Greenwich
Eaglesfield Park
All Saints' Churchyard 16k
Eaglesfield Park  
Eaglesfield Park, which had been a popular place to vissit for years, was bought by Woolwich Council with 50% grant from LCC in 1907 and opened in 1908. The playground was upgraded in 1997 with funding from the London Marathon Trust. The park is in two parts, divided by Eaglesfield Road; the eastern part is more informal grassed area with trees mainly on east edge. Western part landscaped with magnificent views to east as far as River Medway on a clear day. The name of the park derives from the coat of arms of John Lidgbird, Sheriff of Kent in 1741, which had two large eagles.
Get active!
There's lots you can do in your local park!
 
 
 
 
If you want to find out more about parks see:  
What do you want to explore?
 

 

 

A trip to the park 4K  

Copyright 2004 London Parks Discovery Project