King George V Park

A rather scruffy local park on Ladeside Road in the southwest of Blackburn (West Lothian), King George V Park extends to 0.78 ha (2 acres). It includes an area of grass and a children's play area. It one of many which serve as a memorial to King George V, who died in 1936. Since 1964, it has been protected in perpetuity by Fields in Trust (formerly the National Playing Fields Association) but is managed by West Lothian Council.

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