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playfield

An area designed for field games.
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"On Oakley Playing Fields there is now this trim trail equipment, plus the BMX Track, Skatepark, Parkour, Zip Wire, Multi-Sports Game Area, as well as children and toddler play.
It adds: "The installation of a multiuse track would ensure this section of playing field could be enjoyed and utilised all year round by the school."
RESIDENTS of Lindley Moor fear playing fields near their homes are to be swallowed up by development.
Committee chair Margaret Walters asked for clarification on the developers' insistance that the pitch had not been used as a playing field for five years.
Councillor John Alden told Birmingham City Council's planning committee that the owner of the former Ravenhurst Playing Fields had rebuffed interest from University of Birmingham, Harborne Cricket Club and others to keep the plot unused.
Talking to reporter after assuming the charge, Arshad Hussain said that the basic aim of his deputation is to fulfil the dreams of legendary cricketer and Chairman PTI Imran Khan who promised the youth of providing playing field at Union Council, Tehsil and District levels.
King George Playing field in car park off Kirkheaton Place in Fenham.
Most folks you'll find calling for a level playing field are usually just finagling for a favor, seeking an advantage or working hard to promote their own selfish, self-interest.
At the start of this year, a wonderful year for sport and heritage, my friend and former councillor Jane Rogers and I campaigned with the help of the South Wales Echo and Fields in Trust to change Cardiff council's previously dire position of not having nominated a single playing field for the Queen Elizabeth II Fields in Trust Diamond Jubilee Challenge.
NOT a single school playing field has been sold off in Wales in the past five years - in contrast to England where 22 have been flogged since the coalition came to power.
It is true that the playing field is not level and policies that help ensure access to deserving students at the "wrong" end of the playing field make sense, though liberals and conservatives can have good-faith disagreements about what the appropriate policies are.