Have you discovered Ashford's largest and most central park yet?
There's something for everyone at Victoria Park and Watercress Fields, including a wealth of history, exciting play spaces, interesting ecology, and quiet spaces to relax.
The park has a pivotal role to play in connecting residents with the town's history, the local area and the built, cultural and natural heritage of the site. Not only that, but it is also a great space to explore the environment and access the great outdoors.
Now we're looking to make the park an even better place to visit, with thanks to support from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund. We have secured initial funding to develop a £3.7m restoration and improvement project.
Come along to the next Friends of Victoria Park meeting on Monday 29 April, 7pm, at the Indoor Bowls Centre, Victoria Park, Jemmett Road, TN23 4QD.
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