Tree Surgeons in Maidstone
Maidstone is the county town of Kent, England, a historically important town with the River Medway running through it’s the centre, linking it with Rochester and the Thames Estuary, and only 32 miles from London.
Maidstone has a population of around 113,000 residents and covers the postal areas of ME14, ME15, ME16, ME17. Broadleaf Tree Surgery has been servicing the needs of the Maidstone area with 25 years combined experience and has many happy customers of the residents of Maidstone and their tree surgery needs for over three years.
Mote Park is a large green flag park in Maidstone covering over 450 acres of woodland, grassland, and a 30-acre lake with rivers.
One of the most popular attractions in Mote Park is the guided tree walk looking at the fascinating and varied trees with the Chairman of the Mote Park Fellowship. This walk introduces you to some of the histories of the park as well as the importance it plays in protecting some of the oldest trees in the country.
With over 100 different species and varieties of trees found in Mote Park, perhaps some of the most spectacular is the 150-year-old Giant Redwoods found along the Laurel Walk entrance drive to the Willington Street Hub. Ranging from 250 to 380 years of age are the old parkland Oak trees, however, within the Yew tree woodland at the back of Mote House, the oldest tree in the park, a 700-year-old Yew tree, can be found.
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Some interesting facts about Maidstone are listed below.
Maidstone is home to 500 acres of breathtaking parkland and formal gardens in the grounds of Maidstone’s stunning Leeds Castle. The Castle has been owned by six medieval queens, King Henry VIII and latterly in 1926 by Olive, Lady Baillie who held many spectacular weekend parties for stars of the big screen, politicians and royalty of the time.
Maidstone’s 900-year-old Castle is a vision you will never forget as it rises majestically from the moat. With lots of attractions for the whole family to enjoy including the maze and grotto, punting on the moat and free exciting flying falconry displays this amazing Castle set in the beautiful town of Maidstone in Kent often referred to as the ‘Garden of England’.
The River Medway which runs through the centre of Maidstone traditionally divided Kent into East Kent and West Kent, and according to old tradition if you were born East of the river you were known as ‘Man of Kent’ and on the West, you were known as ‘Kentish Man’.
Maidstone’s coat of arms depicts a lion and a 3.5 tonne, 13 metres long Iguanodon named Iggy whose skeleton was discovered in a quarry in Queen’s Road, Maidstone in 1834 and is now one of the town’s most famous residents. Iggy is the first dinosaur to be featured on a coat of arms and a cast of the 125 million-year-old herbivore is on display in Maidstone museum.
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