Leigh Park is a large suburb (population 27,500) of Havant, in Hampshire, England. It has four electoral wards: Battins, Bondfields, Barncroft and Warren Park (generally referred to as 'The Warren').
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... In 1958 they merged with Leigh Park (who had just won the FA Sunday Cup) to form Havant Leigh Park ... They purchased the site of West Leigh Park in 1980 and moved in in August 1982, at which point the club was renamed Havant Town ...
... Havant Hockey Club play at Havant College on Barncroft Way (just on the outskirts of Leigh Park) ...
... Coordinates 50°52′08″N 0°59′13″W / 50.869°N 0.987°W / 50.869 -0.987 Leigh Park Leigh Park Population Approx 27,500 OS grid reference SU712082 ... It has four electoral wards Battins, Bondfields, Barncroft and Warren Park (generally referred to as 'The Warren') ... Staunton Country Park lies on the northern edge of Leigh Park, also within the Havant boundary ...
... Faith's Church, Havant Havant United Reformed Church Havant Methodist Church Leigh Park Methodist Church Bethel Church, Leigh Park Leigh Park Baptist ...
Famous quotes containing the words park and/or leigh:
“The park is filled with night and fog,
The veils are drawn about the world,”
—Sara Teasdale (18841933)
“Thank God! none of my children have an atom of poetry in their composition!”
—Augusta Leigh (17831851)