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“Glasshouses were open, lovely to see the old fashioned way of gardening still being used, lovely old frameyard supporting the glasshouses for hardening of plants etc. Gardens well maintained with lovely views, acr...”
“Anyway, having arrived at the site we headed for the Tack Room to pay our entrance fee ( a measly £5 per person which became £2.50 each for us as the garden is part of the Gardener's World visitor card offer givin...”
“Went to Faversham Miniature Railway site at Brogdale Collections Took Grand son aged 18 Months and he had a great time The volunteers Were first class and even showed us round the sheds A great 9 inch railway will...”
“Nice shops on site too - lovely Brogdale fruit juices, gifts, a doggy accessories shop, butcher secondhand furniture and a great cafe/restaurant.”
“Maison Dieu was the site of a former hospital,it's a 12th century thatched building and looks quaint from both the inside and outside with all it's impressive timber framework.Meant to get a fridge magnet from her...”
“As it Was the First Roman Church to be built in England circa 3-4AD and many other churches have occupied this site, reclaiming the Roman tiles and materials from the Roman Camp on Judd Folly Hill, it is of Great...”