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Ashburton Park

Ashburton Park is a park located in Woodside, in the London Borough of Croydon, and takes its name from nearby Ashburton. The park is located next to Woodside tram stop, where Tramlink routes 1 and 2 service the park. It is on the junction of Lower Addiscombe Road and Spring Lane. The park covers an area of 18½ acres (7.49 hectares). The park includes a village green and a café.

The estate which now forms the park was at one point owned by Henry Dorling, first clerk to the course at Epsom Downs Racecourse and Mrs Beeton's step-father.[1]


See also

  • List of Parks and Open Spaces in Croydon
  • Woodside Green
  • Ashburton Learning Village
  • Brickfields Meadow
  • South Norwood Country Park
  • South Norwood Recreation Ground
  • South Norwood Lake and Grounds
  • South Norwood

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