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Sutcliffe Park
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Sutcliffe Park  
Public park largely playing fields, on a site previously known as Harrow Meadow. It was opened as an athletics ground in 1954, named after a former Borough Engineer of Woolwich Borough Council. The River Quaggy runs through the park and, to alleviate problems of flooding in the area when the river bursts its banks, a scheme was drawn up in 1995 by the Borough of Greenwich with the National Rivers Authority to lower the ground level of part of the park to hold flood waters. This also included relandscaping of the park, including creation of informal play areas, a nature trail, large pond and some replanting.
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