Tenterden and Hole Park
Thursday 12th April 2018
Today we drive to the Kent Weald town of Tenterden. Rich in history and a former wool port, there will be time to explore and find lunch in the attractive high street. In the afternoon we travel to Hole Park Gardens, near Rolvenden. Designed and created by Colonel Arthur Barham the current owner’s Great Grandfather, in the early 1920’s. Hole Park has extensive yew hedges, broad lawns, old walls, meadow and woodland and is noted at this time of year for its wonderful carpet of bluebells, daffodils, camellias, wisteria, magnolia.
There is a tea-room offering light refreshments.