The Vines, just off the High Street in Rochester, is a Grade II listed well kept park that derived its name from monks of nearby St Andrews Priory who used the space as their vineyard. It was also a favourite haunt of Charles Dickens and features in several of his novels. With its avenue of mature London Plane trees, mature shrubberies and colourful fauna , this Green Flag Award park is just a short distance from Rochester High Street.

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Picture Credit: © Medway Council.

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