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Deptford Park

Find information about Deptford Park.

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Deptford Park offers beautiful greenery in a heavily urbanised area of Lewisham. 

History

In 1884, the site of Deptford Park, originally a market garden, was sold by the Evelyn family to the London County Council.

The park was officially opened to the public on 7 June 1897.

Improvements

In recent years the park has undergone two phases of improvement works, which have included new:

  • boundary railings

  • brick pillars

  • gates

  • children's playground

  • formal paved area

  • seating.

Read more about the regeneration of Deptford Park.

Access

You can access the park from Evelyn Street.

Facilities

Facilities include a:

  • football pitch

  • play area

  • wide path around the edge of the park, offering a pleasant walk.

  • toilet – including disabled facilities – open Mondays and Fridays from 8am–4pm.

Map of Deptford Park

 

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