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Loved my walk around this hidden gem of Maidstone, a short stroll from house it seemed a good idea after a busy week at work. Located between the Vinters and Grove Green housing estates it is a pleasant peice of greenery in the built up...More
I know Kent is the Garden of England and this is a lovely spot to walk Around.
So peaceful and tranquil and just full of nature. A beautiful little lake to sit by and with ducks and a beautiful swan.
Plenty of dog walkers around....More
Compact nature reserve with lots of interlinked tracks so you can spend 20 mins or several hours there. It is very popular with dog walkers and you’ll likely come across dogs off their leads. I have not know that to be an issue but mention...More
We love coming here with our dog. It is a lovely place and very well kept and maintained. The nature is wonderful and there is a lake with swans and ducks and other birds. A lovely area to sit and relax.
We have been walking our dog here for many years and really love the place. Being good owners always clear up after our dog. Until about a year ago there were plenty of dog bins but now there are only a couple and the amount...More
I walked my dog there several times during the winter months. When the frost is down and clear blue skies it is such a delightful place to be. Many very old trees and lots of song birds to listen to. My dog and I just...More
It was originally owned by the de Vinter family and latterly by the Whatman family. The land, which spanned from weavering in east, to the sittingbourne road side of the vinters park housing estate, consisted of park and... More
It was originally owned by the de Vinter family and latterly by the Whatman family. The land, which spanned from weavering in east, to the sittingbourne road side of the vinters park housing estate, consisted of park and woodland, with a stately Manor House. The land was sold for development in the middle of the last century, the Manor House mysteriously burned down, and the vinters park estate was built in the 1970s. The grove green estate was built in the 1980s. In the middle lies the nature reserve, which was initially purchased by the county council and then ownership transferred to a trust, following its recognition as a site of significance for local nature by two local people, who essentially saved this land from further development.