Grosvenor & Hilbert Recreation Grounds :: Shared Description
The two areas are adjacent and form one integrated open space. Grosvenor Recreation Ground is the oldest public park in Tunbridge Wells, opened in 1889. Hilbert was opened in 1913. Grosvenor still contains some original historic features, such as the lake and grottoes or 'dripping wells'.
Facilities include: Cafe, Toilets, Play area, Lake, Bowling green and pavilion, Kick around area with a goal post, 2 basketball hoops & football pitches.
The King George V Fields are also incorporated into the area.
Hilberts Wood Nature Reserve is also adjacent to the area.
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Created: Thu, 30 Sep 2010, Updated: Thu, 17 Sep 2015
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