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it was very clean and tidy and well cared for there was a lovely play area for children at the other end there were a nice lot of chairs around so we could sit quietly. it was very relaxing and as a poet looking up...More
If you like a bit of grass and a few shrubs, you might enjoy the sunken garden. While away two minutes walking all the way around, or sit down for a while. Stand up again and sit somewhere else, the possibilities are endless!
This is a local haunt for me and my husband and I walk our dog here almost every day. I think the sunken bit is the result of a world war 2 bomb, but I could be mistaken about that. Whatever the cause of the...More
When you first go there it seems unimpressive, but I walk my dogs there a lot and have seen lots of new plants, New remembrance benches and I love it. Very serene and, of course, is so near to the beautiful Westbrook Beach.
We went for a walk and found this place the kids and the dog loved it lots places to run and hide. We had a good game of hide and seek. The gardens were ok but the green at the top had loads of dog...More
I would imagine in bygone times these gardens would have been very popular with holiday makers relaxing on a summers evening. Sadly they now look a bit tired and on both occations that I have visited they have been devoid of any other visitors even...More
great place to take the kids , my two girls love it there somewhere different other than the beach , it would also be nice for couples ? we take a picnic and some games there and stay most of the day when the weather...More
The sunken gardens are exactly what it says on the tin. I suspect they are the result of a bomb crater from the second world war, but I could be wrong. In any case these small and tranquil gardens are a welcome oasis on the...More