The Gorhamclarke Triangle is a small residential neighbourhood in east London, within the larger Argyle neighbourhood. It's name comes from it's location within a triangle made by Gore, Clarke, and Hamilton Roads. The houses in the neighbourhood are mostly single family detached, with some duplexes built between the 1970s and early 2000s. There is also a small apartment building complex at the west corner the triangle. The neighbourhood is close to both the Hamilton Road business district and Argyle Mall.
River East Optimist Park is located in the middle of the neighbourhood and has a basketball court, play structure, and lots of open green space. The neighbourhood has access to Kiwanis Park South, which has long trails along Pottersburg Creek and links up with the Thames Valley Parkway.
The London District Christian Secondary School is a private school located in the neighbourhood, adjacent to River Optimist Park. Students living in the area may attend Fairmont, Tweedsmuir and St. Bernadette elementary schools, and John Paul II and Clarke Road secondary schools.
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Argyle Community Association
The Argyle Community Association (ACA) represents the common interests of the residents of the Argyle area. They promote the wellbeing of the community and the city of London, and protect and improve the quality of life.