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Today a National Nature Reserve located just north of Southampton, the ancient Lammas land was where selected townspeople were allowed to graze their animals in the winter, the land then reverting to meadow during the summer months.
14 Cumberland Place, Southampton SO15 2BG, England
We crossed Watts Park from the Art Gallery to reach the coffee shop on the opposite side and could not fail to be impressed by the brilliantly coloured Winter Cornus (or Dogwoods) that showed up to great effect in the January Sunshine. Some surround the...More
Watts Park is located in Cumberland place and is close to the civic centre. This is a small park with well maintained shrubs and plants and is clean and tidy. There are some park benches to rest on. Also there is a war memorial in...More
The parks in Southampton are usually full of the drinkers etcetera, for some reason this one seems less popular with them, it's a bit more open , with less big hedges and things to hide behind I suppose, the pathway goes between the civic centre...More
Such a nice place for a stroll.
We walked through here with the little one after dining out and he loved it.
There were zebra statues, squirrels running around and trees with helicopter leaves.
So peaceful and well looked after.
There are so...More