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Nice area to walk by the water, in either direction from Westgate, although much more of a walk, far longer, when you take the opposite direction from the one towards the station (which we did first). You also come across the original Roman Road on...More
From Spring to Autumn, a must. A raft of minor points of interest from vestiges of mediaeval Canterbury, a an ancient tree of immense girth to a memorial for those who fought in Italy during World War Two. One branch of the little river Stour...More
The gardens are kept in very good order by the groundsmen and the variety of planting is worth taking time to stand and stare. There are a male and female Gingko Biloba tree which I had overlooked for many years but am very glad to...More
If in Canterbury, don't miss a walk through Wesgate Gardens. We visited in October and it was well worth the time. Though the day was chilly and misting rain, our stroll revealed stunning views of the river, gorgeous autumn colors in the trees and shrubs,...More
We spent a lovely hour here, just ambling, watching the ducks ‘up tails all’ and enjoying a beautiful autumnal afternoon.
You could easily pass here and that would be a shame as it is in its small way a beautiful place
Went for a walk around these gardens fairly early in the morning and it was quiet.
They are obviously monitored and someone must go litter-picking as there was little rubbish on the ground.
I felt that it would have been nice to have a few...More
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There are about three Park and Ride parks around Canterbury and I would suggest using one of these. Canterbury is easy to walk around but not easy to park actually in the city. Using the Park and Ride solves that problem and... More
There are about three Park and Ride parks around Canterbury and I would suggest using one of these. Canterbury is easy to walk around but not easy to park actually in the city. Using the Park and Ride solves that problem and the buses run frequently.