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A piece of public land used for sports and games.
pitch, ground, sports field, playing field, recreation ground, arenaView synonyms
- ‘It was filmed at a recreation ground in Salford.’
- ‘Oxenhope put in their best display of the season against Carleton to beat them 6-0 at the recreation ground.’
- ‘The high-visibility policing will take place in the town centre recreation ground and Ashley sports ground.’
- ‘Plans to provide the youth of Amesbury with recreational facilities at the recreation ground have taken a step forward.’
- ‘He said the skate park, which would be sited on the recreation ground, would be one of a network of similar facilities being created along the Wharfe Valley.’
- ‘The elusive summer sun appeared for long enough on Bank Holiday Monday to bring out the crowds for Shrewton fête, held at the village recreation ground.’
- ‘Everything is also in hand for work to start on the installation of the skateboarding equipment on the recreation ground.’
- ‘A youth shelter costing more than £10,000 also looks set to be introduced near the existing skate park on the recreation ground.’
- ‘One possible access to the site was through the St Margarets Mead estate and across the youth centre car park and part of the recreation ground.’
- ‘Local people rallied round to produce photographic evidence for the inquiry in December to show that the field had been used as a recreation ground.’
- ‘He felt physical activity was as important as education for children and felt a recreation ground should be established and dedicated to the public forever.’
- ‘Sgt Standing said they had recorded no criminal incidents at the recreation ground last month and this had largely been due to the time the two officers had spent patrolling the area.’
- ‘The live music and dance event is returning to the village recreation ground on September 4.’
- ‘Otterbourne FC has no such facilities at its pitch on the recreation ground in Otterbourne, near Winchester.’
- ‘Last year closed circuit television cameras were used to crack down on the vandalism and drunken behaviour which has plagued the recreation ground.’
- ‘She said residents were not against skate parks, they just felt the recreation ground was the wrong place.’
- ‘Since then plans for the former airfield have included everything from a racecourse to a giant recreation ground.’
- ‘Nearly an hour later, three women were walking through the recreation ground, off Old Heath Road, when they passed a man lying on the grass, near the toilets.’
- ‘The main problems raised by residents include underage drinking, criminal damage and large groups congregating outside the recreation ground and local shops.’
- ‘The school has had use of an adjoining recreation ground for nearly four years after Steeton with Eastburn Parish Council agreed to let them use it for sporting activities.’
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