History of Lea Park Estate
Did you know…
All of the roads in Lea Park are named after the English Civil War in the 17th Century
The English Civil War began in 1642 during the reign of King Charles I.
The war involved conflicts between two groups: the Royalists or Cavaliers who supported King Charles and the Parliamentarians or Roundheads, who
opposed him and were led by Oliver Cromwell
Charles I chose Oxford as his headquarters for the duration of the war
Here are the battle areas of our estate
As you can see from the map below and going by the list above.
You can clearly see what your road relates to back to the cival war days and how they named your road in relation to the battles that took place many years ago.
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