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Games In Royal Parks

Volume 180: debated on Tuesday 13 August 1907

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To ask the First Commissioner

*One examiner is engaged on this duty for half his time.
of Works, whether his attention has been drawn to the action of a committee of the London County Council with regard to games in the London parks; and whether he could see his way to allowing some portions of the royal parks being used for the purposes of games.

( Answered by Mr. Harcourt): I am not at present able to see my way to devote further accommodation for the playing of games in the royal parks. Facilities are now given for games organised under the education committee of the London County Council and will continue to be so afforded so far as space permits.