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Really enjoy this park. Take my two lads there often to play and on occasions watch cricket. There's nothing more English than watching the cricket with the spire of the cathedral in the back ground and chatter of spectators sitting on the grass. Great to...More
Beautifully well maintained park with lovely old buildings, kids play areas, bowling green & cricket pitch. On the Saturday we were there it also has a small local fair & bouncy castles. Great cafe too!
Lovely well kept little park including old Guildhall used as wedding venue and part of raised Roman Wall walk. Great children's play area with zip wire and separate toddler corner plus the old castle mound to climb! Nice Fenwicks cafe with outside seating.
Must visit. Cafe good. Fenced off area for younger children with a sandpit so bring a bucket and spade . Fir older children there is a large hill, zip wire: etc and lots of space to run around. Budgies in a cage to look at....More
An extraordinary park, half surrounded by the old city walls, with what is left of a priory in the middle (now a wedding venue), and more. And there's a nice little cafe at one entrance and a children's playground that will delight any child. My...More
A lovely green space very near the city centre, with the remains of an old motte and the city's guildhall where members of the Hawkhurst gang were tried. There is a childrens playpark, a café , cricket club, section of the 'Walls Walk' and a...More
Visited during the heatwave in June 2018. The park is well maintained and worth a visit to relax in a busy city centre. The restaurant I think is family run and offered cold drinks, beer etc. in pleasant surroundings. Did not have time to try...More
During our recent visit to Chichester, we spent some time in this park. It is a historic place, with two of the boundaries being the City Walls. There was an archaeological dig going on while we were there, so there may be ancient artifacts waiting...More