Bartlett Park is a small open space in Poplar in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, E14. It is located to the south of the Limehouse Cut waterway; the Lansbury Estate is to the south and east of the park. In the middle of the park is what remains of St Saviour's Church - the Grade II listed building was almost destroyed by fire on 25 May 2007. The park is named in honour of Prebendary Philip M. Bartlett, who died in 1958 and had been vicar of the Church for 39 years. Facilities at the park include an adventure playground for ages 5 and above and a grass football pitch.
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