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Lovely place to potter around, portraying historical features of the area. Information boards display the story behind the gardens, which are totally free. There are benches to sit down and watch the world rush by. Easily accessible and walking distance from the town centre. Worth...More
The Friary Gardens isn't huge, but it's always neat and well tended, with masses of colourful bedding plants at all seasons. There's a splendid chainsaw sculpture created from the trunk of a tree that had to be felled a year or two ago, a scented...More
This War Memorial can be found in the Friary Gardens which is a lovely setting just outside the main town centre. A place to sit and relax. The War Memorial is well looked after and is larger than most we have seen. There are names...More
A truly memorable place. Built by the Greyfriars the bell tower still stands. A short walk from Richmond Castle and the Market Square, the gardens are lovely and the Memorial is awesome. Benches make for a pleasant stop to enjoy the surround.
Go every year, not just for Remembrance Day, but to walk through on a Sunday.
Lovely Tree Carving.
To see Remembrance Service in Diary Gardens each year is part of remembering my dad, from there up to Green Howards Monument, for Green Howards service of...More
The War Memorial is striking, from a distance and close up. Good to see all the wreaths in place. My only concern is that nearby, under the Tower, there is slippery evidence of pigeons! Need I say more? Whilst this isn't strictly the War Memorial,...More