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Information on local open spaces including greens and fields.
Abbey Green is an area of parkland next to Barking town centre.
Barking Abbey Ruins are part of the larger area of parkland that is now called Abbey Green.
Open space good for jogging, dog walking and also has a children's playground.
King George’s Field is a small enclosed grass area created as part of a request of King George V.
Also known as Tantony Green, Marks Gate Open Space is a small green with a medium-sized play area, a meeting shelter and basketball court.
Millennium Green is an open space in Dagenham.
Open space with lake, orchard and wildlife area.
Quaker Gardens is an open space in Barking.
The eco park is an oasis where flora and fauna can flourish and local residents can go to relax and enjoy.
A natural site to the east of the Scrattons Social Club. There is a playground and a small field.
St Margaret's Churchyard is an open space in Barking.
St Peter and St Paul’s Churchyard is a unique green space within the borough. It is only a couple acres in size and was closed to new burials in the 1990s. Since which it has been managed as a nature reserve.
The Leys consists of sports pitches near Ballards Road and country park to its east.
Victoria Gardens is an open space in Barking.