Goldsworth Park

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Goldsworth Park Village

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Emblem of the Village
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Country Larger The Royal Independent State Of The Dale Empire Flag.png Kingdom of the Dale Empire
Region Goldsworth park lake flag.png Goldsworth Park
Founded 2011

Government City-Municipality
Mayor None - Administrated by the King

Area
– Total Unkown

Time zone Dale Central Time (UTC ±0)

Goldsworth Park as its known in the Dale Empire has the largest single body of water within dale borders and is home to the Royal Dale Naval Base. The Village has no permanent civilians but because of the number of buildings within the Goldsworth Park region it has been given village status from the Dale King.

This is a typical scene from this region

The region prides itself being one of the most athletic able place in the dale empire containing a skate ramp, a BMX track, 3 public football pitches, a childrens play area and a basketball court. This region also used to be a popular place for the king when he was growing up near by and is currently the official training area of the Dale National Football Team.

Naval Base

The RDNB Goldsworth is a split naval base for the royal dale navy in northern dale empire or better known as southern england and consits of the goldsworth park lake and Dalebarge a small section of the better known basingstoke canal in st johns england. The naval base has been in use since the creation of the navy back in 22nd May 2011.

Goldsworth Stadium

On the 3rd August with the creation of the Dale National Team it was decided with the regions 3 public pitches and 2 astro pitches this would be the originally location for the Dale National teams home pitches until the cage/churchill stadium which is located at the winston churchill school was seen as a better choice.