Addlestone Town Trail
Victory Park

Victory Park
Victory Park gate
 
 
 
 

This land was once part of Captain's Farm, owned by Lt. Col. de Visme (who fought in the Peninsula War). The floral gardens and football field opened in 1919 by General Sir James Brunker of Fairoaks, Liberty Lane. The entire park and gates are a dedicated war memorial thus making it the largest in the UK and unique, all thanks to the generosity of Councillor Constantine Doresa. In the 1930s the cricket field and the bowling green areas were added to the Park, while tennis courts were purchased from Addlestone Hard Courts Club.

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