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Kipling Gardens

Named after the village's most famous resident, 'Jungle Book' writer Rudyard Kipling, these delightful gardens are full of rustic village charm. Surrounded by flint walls and sitting close to Rottingdean’s village green and duck pond, Kipling Gardens is a great example of a traditional English garden. In close walking distance from the gardens are local shops and cafés. The nearby 12th Century church St Margaret’s is famous for its Burne Jones windows. Kipling Gardens is one of seven parks in the city recognised by the Green Flag award scheme
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