List of King George V Playing Fields in London

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Location Formal name Local name (if any) National Grid Reference Dates External links
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Bermondsey King George's Field All Saints' Churchyard TQ 352 793   "King George's Field, Southwark". London Gardens Online. 
Camberwell Addington Square Garden   TQ 325 775     "Addington Square Garden, Southwark". London Gardens Online. 
City of London King George's Field n/a TQ 336 809    
Croydon[1] King Georges Field n/a TQ 329 670 London Borough of Croydon
Custom House King George V Park n/a TQ 416 813     London Borough of Newham, Find your local park
Dagenham King George V Memorial Field n/a TQ 492 836 1904[2]   "Revamp for King George V Field"
Ham, London King George's Field[3] n/a TQ 169 728  
Enfield King George V Playing Fields[4] King G's or Southbury Playing Fields TQ 340 970    
Enfield (Edmonton) King George V Playing Fields[5] Delhi Field or Delhi Gardens TQ 337 948     "Parks & Gardens UK ref 7876"
Havering King Georges Playing Fields Mawney Park TQ 499 896    
Lower Morden[6] King George’s Playing Field n/a TQ 241 668     Parks in Merton (PDF)
Monken Hadley King George's Fields n/a TQ 249 969     image
Sidcup King George's Field King George's Recreation Ground TQ 4604 7253     London Borough of Bexley
Tolworth King George's Field Corinthian Casuals Football Club TQ 193 651   1953 UK Running Track Directory
Totteridge King George V Playing Fields n/a TQ 2509 9518    

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  1. ^ Image
  2. ^ Dagenham's park was in existence before the King George memorials were conceived. It was simply renamed in 1953
  3. ^ "Area analysis Ham and Petersham" (PDF). London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. 2006. 
  4. ^ At 128 acres, Enfield is the largest King George V field (King George's Fields Foundation, Final Report, 1965, p. 28)
  5. ^ The 9 acre site was purchased by Edmonton Borough Council with the help of a grant of £2,000 from King George's Fields Foundation
  6. ^ Image