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The Thomas Blake Memorial Gardens
The attractive terraced Thomas Blake Garden, which lies just on the river side of Wye Street and behind the Hope and Anchor public house links Wye Street to the riverside and offers a meandering journey between the two. Benches are at the top of the slope with a view over the river.
Built into the Garden, is the reputed socket from the preaching cross that gave ‘Edde Cross Street’ its name. It was found at the junction between New Street and Edde Cross Street in around 1910.
The citizens of the town put much effort into the maintenance of the gardens which is appreciated by all.