Grief is a municipality in the district of Pinneberg, in Schleswig -Holstein.

Geography and transport

Kummer field is located north of the county town Pinneberg to the Federal Highway 23 and is adjacent to the communities continue Borstel- Hohenraden in the east, Prisdorf the southwest, Tornesch in the northwest and Ellerhoop in the north. Kummer field is integrated over the 185 bus in the HVV. In the northwest of the community Bilsbek flows.


The first written mention of sorrow field took place in the year 1320. The place was originally called Cummervelde or Kummeruelde, which probably means low land.


Of the 13 seats in the municipal council, the SPD has since the local elections of 2013 seven seats and the CDU six.

Coat of arms

Blazon: " Divided by a raised, sloping left silver wave beams of blue and red. Up a golden ear of corn next to a golden acorn, below a seated on a silver Stone, left inverted silver wolf with catch open. "


The cooking oak, one of the distinctive and old tree specimens in southern Schleswig -Holstein and the largest and most impressive natural monument in the district of Pinneberg.


The original agrarian community has now developed into a typical residential community of the Hamburg hinterland. West of the highway there is a commercial area with enterprises from various industries, which is currently being expanded.


Kummer field has an extensive sports complex west of the highway. In addition to several soccer fields and tennis courts, a beach volleyball court, a street ball system and an athletics facility located on the park-like grounds, since 2007, a new three -court sports hall.


Since 2006 takes place on the sports field of the municipality annually in September arable Festival, which is held by a registered club. Prior to now around 2,000 visitors play in two days both lesser-known local bands and already nationally / internationally successful bands.


People were born in sorrow field or have worked here.

  • Johann Georg Kuhlmann ( born April 9, 1812), religious socialist and confidant
  • Ferdinand Wilhelm Kuhlmann ( born May 20, 1821), murderer