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Farnborough Recreation Ground Bromley
Summary: The site is shown as farmland on OS Map of 1871. Farnborough Recreation Ground was in existence by 1935, adjacent to Tugg Mutton or Tugmutton Common. A largely level area of mown grass, the park has sports pitches, tennis courts and children’s play area. Near the entrance to the car park is a low bank topped by mature and semi mature oak trees, which runs north/south and is probably an old field boundary. Shrubs and immature trees are along the fenced boundary of the park.
Previous / Other name:
Site location: off Starts Hill Road and Lovibonds Avenue, Farnborough
Postcode: BR6 7AA > Google Map
Type of site: Public Park
Date(s): c.1935
Listed structures:
Borough: Bromley
Site ownership: LB Bromley
Site management: Leisure Services
Open to public? Yes
Opening times: unrestricted (car park closed at dusk)
Special conditions:
Facilities: Children’s play area, goal mouths, cricket square, tennis courts
Public transport: Rail: Orpington c 2.5km to west. Bus: 61, 353, R3, R4.
The information shown above was correct at the time of the last update 01/12/2006
Please check with the site owner or manager for latest news.

Fuller information:

Sources consulted:

Grid ref: TQ435651
Size in hectares: 10
On EH National Register : No
EH grade:
Site on EH Heritage at Risk list:
Registered common or village green
on Commons Registration Act 1965:
Protected under London Squares
Preservation Act 1931:
The information below is taken from the relevant Local Authority's planning legislation, which was correct at the time of research but may have been amended in the interim. Please check with the Local Authority for latest planning information.
On Local List:
In Conservation Area: No
Conservation Area name:
Tree Preservation Order: No
Nature Conservation Area: Yes - Local Importance
Green Belt: No
Metropolitan Open Land: No
Special Policy Area: No
Other LA designation: Local Open Space

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