Coram's Fields is a hidden playground that offers and ideal break after a hectic day out with the children. Coram's ... More
Coram's Fields is a hidden playground that offers and ideal break after a hectic day out with the children. Coram's Fields gets its name from Captain Thomas Coram; a humanitarian who adored children. It is a large, peaceful area which includes large lawns, a paddling pool, sports pitches, a pet's corner, a vegetarian cafe, playgrounds for different aged children and a nursery. You'll also find plenty of seating if you find yourself an exhausted parent. Adults are not allowed to enter the grounds of Coram's Fields without a child.
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