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Bordering the River Quaggy between Sutcliffe Park, Lee Green, and Blackheath, lie a number of playing fields and green spaces. Together they form a vital green 'lung' for the area.


The Friends of Quaggy Playing Fields aim to ensure that these open spaces remain green areas for the benefit of the communities of south east London for physical activity, and relaxation whilst at all times putting nature at the forefront of any decision or action.

Friends of Quaggy Playing Fields

Sports - Recreation - Nature

Since 2021 

Sports Practice
Soccer Players
Target Stands

Recreation

Sports

Dancing on the Grass
Green Color Run
Walk in the Wild

Play spaces

Community Events

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TESTIMONIALS AND SUPPORTERS

''Playing fields across London are under risk. They can be a soft target for developers looking to financially benefit from closing them off to local sports clubs. Sported fully supports the Quaggy Sports Park which is a great opportunity to save, preserve and improve these playing fields for enduring use by the growing local community‘’

Sported.org

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Find a Club, Volunteer, Support

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Meeting
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