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Vauxhall park

The ownership of the land was passed to the Lambeth Vestry in May 1889,

Henry Fawcett (1833-1884) Fawcett was a Member of Parliament, an educational reformer, and an economist It was Fawcett’s special wish to form a park on the site of his home so after his death in 1884, his widow Millicent Fawcett co-operated with Octavia Hill and the Kyrle Society in the formation of the Park.

FacilityFacility notes Children’s play area


Dog free

Stay and Play – One O’Clock club

Available to children under five with their parent or carer.

Café with toilet

Fentiman Rd

Dog exercise area

Formal bedding, lavender garden and model village

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Athletics Sprint Track – grass surface

Booking required

Basketball court

Free – no booking required

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Football pitch – tarmac surface

Chargeable – booking required

Tennis courts

Chargeable – booking required

Vauxhall Park is a medium-sized Victorian park with a rich history.

for more info click here: Vauxhall park history

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