The BThe Butterfly Garden in Canterbury in the heart of the city was created in 1983 by the demolition of two 19th Century cottages, and as a result, an archaeological dig identified the Roman origins of this north west corners section of the city wall, according to the Canterbury Historical and Archaeological Society.  The Garden was planted in the memory of Kenneth Pinnock for his book A Canterbury Childhood, which was published after his death.

Canterbury West and Canterbury East stations.

Canterbury Bus Station, top of the High Street.

Park and Ride
Approaching from Ashford: Wincheap CT13TY
Pay & Display parking and car parks throughout the city.

Picture Credit: © Canterbury Historical and Archaeological Society.

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