Fordham Park :: Shared Description

The area immediately to the west of New Cross station was developed with terraced housing from the 1850s on what had previously been farmland. The housing was demolished in the early 1970s, and Fordham Park (named after the last Mayor of Deptford) was opened in 1975. It was extensively redeveloped in 2010.

Information from an interpretation board on site.
by Stephen Craven
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14 images use this description:

TQ3677 : Fordham Park: play equipment by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Pagnell Street Community centre by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Fordham Park, New Cross by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Path through Fordham Park by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Fordham Park: planting by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Deptford Green School being rebuilt by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Toucan crossing, Edward Street, Deptford by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Fordham Park: open space by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Fordham Park being redeveloped by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Fordham Park: carved pole by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Lamp posts in Fordham Park, Deptford by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Running track, Fordham Park, Deptford by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Angus Street, Deptford by Stephen Craven
TQ3677 : Artwork in Fordham Park by Stephen Craven


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Created: Wed, 15 Jun 2011, Updated: Wed, 15 Jun 2011

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