Warrior Square Gardens
Warrior Square was developed for housing between the 1850's and the 1870's on the site of the Warrior Field. In 1852 it was reported in the Hastings and St Leonards News that the gardens were open to the public with band concerts three times a week.
The 2 main entrances from Oudenaarde Walk are good disabled access and the main Garden is flat with easy walking. The Rose Garden can be accessed from Warrior Square by wheelchair and affords good views of the sea and garden below.
17,300 square metres green space with 3 sections: lower, middle and Rose Garden. The site has excellent views of the sea and is centrally located in St Leonards. There is a dog on lead bye-law in the Rose Garden between 9am - 6pm.
- Public toilets are on the sea front.
- Flower beds
- Queen Victoria Statue.
- Report graffiti or vandalism
- Dead Animal - report
- Litter bin - needs emptying
- Dog bin - needs emptying
- Japanese Knotweed query
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