St Alfege Park, Greenwich :: Shared Description

St Alfege Park was originally two orchards and the old churchyard. The orchards were given to the church in 1802 to be used as a new burial ground. That burial ground is long since closed and the park is now under the management of Greenwich Council.
by Stephen Craven
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TQ3877 : Derelict building in St Alfege Park  by Stephen Craven
TQ3877 : St Alfege Park, Greenwich by Stephen Craven
TQ3877 : Old drinking fountain in St Alfege Park  by Stephen Craven
TQ3877 : St Alfege Park, Greenwich by PAUL FARMER
TQ3877 : Building in St Alfege Park by Stephen Craven
TQ3877 : St Alfege Park, Greenwich by PAUL FARMER
TQ3877 : Tombs in St Alfege Park  by Stephen Craven


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Created: Mon, 12 Dec 2011, Updated: Mon, 12 Dec 2011

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