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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by originallambrettaman, Jun 8, 2015.
Roundhay Park in Leeds is a lot bigger for a start. It is over 700 acres. East Park is 120 acres.
London's Richmond Park is 2,350 acres.
Vancouver's Stanley Park is 1,000 acres,
NYC's Central Park is 840 acres.
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I said for a start. Amazing some people can go around believing East Park is the largest and telling others that.
To be fair SW3 did refer to inner city green space in Europe. Richmond Park isn't exactly inner city and the other 2 aren't in Europe.
There are still many far bigger. Roundhay Park is as near to Leeds centre as East Park is to Hull and around 6 times larger.
Yes he did. Subsequently referred to size. Wasn't criticizing anyone. Just adding more data to the discussion. Neither do I define urban parks.
Lot of hypersensitivity these days. Lockdown?
SW3 did also suggest it might be bollocks what he recalled he was told.
Wasn't saying he believed it. Was referring to the person who told him believing it and going around repeating it.
I believe you.
Biggest park?? Pffft, it's all just swings and roundabouts.
You talking about parallel parking by certain drivers?
A very interesting and thought provoking debate
It's got nothing to do with your Vorsprung dorch Technique,you know.
I think they go hand in hand.
Good news about the Hull Freeport in the budget. More jobs on the way?
Has it finally been approved? Or just more talks? This has been ongoing for 10 years
Here ya go CT
Eight new English Freeports will be based in East Midlands Airport, Felixstowe & Harwich, Humber, Liverpool City Region, Plymouth, Solent, Thames and Teesside.
Did he mention Hornsea ?