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Crumpsall Park is a small municipal park in the Crumpsall ward of Manchester, North West England. Originally planned as a cemetery, the plot was made into a recreational park in 1890 CE. History
Crumpsall Park is one of the city's oldest municipal parks. Originally planned as a cemetery, the plot was made into a recreational park in 1890. An original listed park keeper's lodge and scheduled obelisk monument remain in the park today.