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Parks: King George V Park (Currie)

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Background
This park straddles Lanark Road West providing a football pitch and pavilion, but also descends to the Water of Leith and a path along the riverside.
History and heritage
There are several King George V parks in Edinburgh. They were named to mark the King's death in 1936.
Facilities
Stunning viewsSeating
Multi Use Games Area
Wildlife
Contact Details
Lanark Road West, Currie
EH14 5RT
0131 527 3800
southwest.locality@edinburgh.gov.uk