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To meet Wikipedia's quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. More verifiable information on this London based article is needed. Guidelines and editing help are available. Addington Vale is a park situated in New Addington in the London Borough of Croydon. The park is located on the two Milne Park roads (West and East). It extends from King Henry's Drive in the north to Arnhem Drive in the south, Queen Elizabeth's Drive runs along the western side, and Godric Crescent and Hares Bank to the east. The nearest Tramlink station is New Addington which is the terminus for Route 3 services. Contents 1 Facilities 2 History 3 See also 4 External links Facilities Two children's playgrounds Car park Multi-games court Children's designated cycle area History Addington Vale is a narrow area, which varies between 50 and 250 yards (230 m) wide and extends over two-thirds of a mile linking two other open spaces namely Rowdown Woods and Milne Park. The land was purchased under the 1936 Housing Act but in 1957 a total of 57.15 acres (231,300 m2) were declared Green Belt land and in 1963 were appropriated as public open space. The area was landscaped following the dumping of over 2500 tons of rubbish in the valley prior to 1970. The rubbish was levelled and covered with soil to give a natural appearance, this was followed by extensive planting and footpath construction works. There are two children's playgrounds in the Valley one at the junction of King Henrys Drive and Queen Elizabeths Drive and the other near Hares Bank. There is an all-weather pitch beside Queen Elizabeths drive opposite Hares Bank. See also List of Parks and Open Spaces in Croydon Addington Park Addington Hills External links London Borough of Croydon Croydon Online v · d · eLondon Borough of Croydon Districts Addington · Addiscombe · Ashburton · Broad Green · Coombe · Coulsdon · Croydon · Crystal Palace · Forestdale · Hamsey Green · Kenley · New Addington · Monks Orchard · Norbury · Norwood New Town · Purley · Sanderstead · Selhurst · Selsdon · Shirley · South Croydon · South Norwood · Thornton Heath · Upper Norwood · Waddon · Woodside Attractions Addington Palace · Croydon Airport · Croydon Clocktower (David Lean Cinema • Museum of Croydon • Croydon Central Library) · Croydon Palace · Warehouse Theatre · Fairfield Halls (Ashcroft Theatre) · RAF Kenley · Shirley Windmill Street markets Croydon Farmers Market · Surrey Street Market Parks and open spaces Addington Hills · Addington Park · Addington Vale · Addiscombe Railway Park · Addiscombe Recreation Ground · Apsley Road Playground · Ashburton Park · Ashburton Playing Fields · Beaulieu Heights · Brickfields Meadow · Coombe Wood · Cotelands · Duppas Hill · Grangewood Park · Great North Wood · Heavers Meadow · Mitcham Common · Park Hill · Pollards Hill · Queen's Gardens · Roundshaw · Selsdon Wood · South Norwood Country Park · South Norwood Lake and Grounds · South Norwood Recreation Ground · Woodside Green Constituencies Croydon South · Croydon Central · Croydon North Other topics Architecture (Croydon Vision 2020 • Tallest buildings and structures) · Economy · People · Public art · Railway stations · Schools Coordinates: 51°20′35″N 0°00′40″W / 51.343°N 0.011°W / 51.343; -0.011 This London location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e