English version

recreation ground in Outdoor topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrecreation groundrecreˈation ˌground noun [countable] British English  DLODSan area of public land used for sports and games syn playing field
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recreation groundClub attack: Glue-sniffing vandals are being blamed for attacks on the bowling pavilion in Hartlepool's Grayfields recreation ground.The Sun Hill recreation ground is in need of similar treatment to that of Stratton Bates.Police are urging people playing bowls last tuesday at Kingsthorpe recreation ground to get in touch if they have any information.Hiltons also gave the lower recreation ground to the parish in exchange for land elsewhere.It is the private playground of children, the recreation ground of adults, and home for wildlife.