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Kings College Playing Fields Track

Quarter mile track in London
Show on the map Harrow parkrun and Northala Fields parkrun are not far from here if you want to test your fitness in a relaxed way.
Open to the public
Yes
Free entry
Yes
Surface
Other
Has lighting
No
Altitude
About sea levelsea level
Track quality
Good
Status in winter conditions
Great
Number of lanes
6
Area
London
Public hours
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Location
Celandine Route, Eastcote Village, Northwood, London Borough of Hillingdon, London, Greater London, England, HA4 7JZ, United Kingdom
More information
www.runnersguidetolondon.co...
Weather
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Approximate lengths of straights/curves
112m/90m

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10/02 -21: Reported open during the COVID-19 pandemic
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