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Victoria Gardens was designed to provide an open space for the health, wellbeing, and recreational enjoyment of the local community.
The Unique features consist of a Victorian bandstand, the contemporary wooden sculpture, sloped greenery, and the WW1 stone Celtic cross war memorial. The WWI Celtic cross war memorial, which was dedicated in 1923, is the focus for the annual Remembrance Day parade and service. There is a playground in the eastern corner of the gardens and is fenced in away from dogs. The play park is considerably smaller than the adjacent Jacksons field but does contain a Junior multi-play and swings. The viewpoints along Victoria Gardens offer a scenic quality of the wider area through the panoramic views they offer over Medway, the River and beyond. Victoria Gardens gets its name from the commemoration of Queen Victoria’s’ Diamond Jubilee in 1897.

Accessibility information:

The Park can be entered on foot from five footpath entrances although effectively it can be entered at numerous other points on its boundaries as there is no physical barrier other than bollards. The most accessible area to the upper greenery consisting of the viewpoint, bandstand and play park, would be on the south side using the on-road parking on Fort Pitt Hill road as there are no steps.

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