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Addington Vale

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  1. a park situated in New Addington in the London Borough of Croydon

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  2. a narrow area, which varies between 50 and 250 yards wide and extends over two-thirds of a mile linking two other open spaces namely Rowdown Woods and Milne Park

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  3. The park is located on the two Milne Park roads (West and East)

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  4. 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

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  5. Croydon Online

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