Victoria Park, Ashford
Victoria Park, South Ashford, TN23 5HD
The stunning home of Ashford’s annual Create Festival.
Victoria Park was purchased by Ashford Urban District Council from Mr George Elwick Jemmett and Mr William Francis Bond Jemmett for the sum of £2,760.00 in 1898. While there are a number of roads in the surrounding area named after the brothers, in 1791 The Ashford Bank was opened in North Street by messrs Jemmett, Whitfield and Jemmett, the bank was only open between 12 and 2pm on Market day. It is believed Whitfeld Road is named after Mr Whitfield. The land purchased for Victoria Park comprised of seventeen acres.
By Foot: 5 mins walk from Ashford Town Centre
By Train: 10 mins walk from Ashford International
By Car: Junction 9 M20, free parking (Sat Nav: TN23 5HD)
MV customers can use the code VINYL20 to get 20% off their first JustPark booking. Link here