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Parker og natur i Southend-on-Sea

De beste parkene

Park
“This is Southend's most famous park and is just a two minute walk from Park House. Lots of things to see there including children's playground, beautiful sculptured gardens, Prittlewell Priory (containing a small, free interactive museum) as well as a café. Top Tip - in the summer months you will find live music playing from the Band Stand next to the café every weekend - great for taking a picnic for a day in the park! Check out the Southend Council Events page to find out more.”
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Park
“Local park just over the road with lake, cafe, playing fields, children's play area.”
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Park
“Green space with a fishing lake, museum & playground, plus courts for tennis & basketball. There's also a bandstand and cafe on site.”
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Garden
“A blend of formal and informal gardens with beautiful views across the Thames Estuary. The Cliff Gardens are a short walk to Southend Town Centre, the Pier, Cliffs Pavilion theatre and Adventure Island. ”
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Beach
“This is a very small beach but it has a paddling pool to keep the little ones occupied. The toilets at Bell Wharf are usually kept quite clean. In the summer, the beach is raked and cleaned. The Estuary here is tidal and comes in for 4 hours a day. There is a beach information board which will tell you when High Tide is. If know the area then you will be able to walk out to the creek and across the mudflats but be aware the tide starts to flood the mudflats about 3 hours before high tide - so always be careful”
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