about 1 month ago
What has been your main reason(s) for visiting the Gardens?
• Welcoming space
How long do you usually spend in Seafield Gardens?
30 minutes to 1 hour
How do you usually travel to Seafield Gardens?
How often do you usually visit Seafield Gardens?
Several times per year
What elements do you like about Seafield Gardens?
• Sensory garden
• Pond and clock tower
• Newly planted beds
• Established planting
Seafield Gardens has a Green Flag award. Do you know what this means?
If yes, please explain what it means to you
make sure the space meets the needs of the community
Have you experienced any anti-social behaviour in the Gardens?
Do you regularly visit any other green spaces in the district?
What is your favourite park/green space in the district?
Overall, how satisfied/dissatisfied were you with your visit?
Do you have any other suggestions of improvement or comments?
The wildflower areas look like they need more seeds planting.
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• To enjoy the views
Less than 30 minutes
Have you taken part in any events/activities in the Gardens this year?
• Seaton East Boutique
Please don’t change anything!
• Wildflower areas
We visit gardens in Seaton and Sidmouth. We also visit Seaton Wetlands regularly.
We appreciate how lucky we are to have so many green spaces in our home town. It is lovely to be able to walk around the town and know that you can visit beautiful green spaces. Visitors love the areas.
• To watch/take part in events
• To play sports
More than once per week
Seafield Gardens its a credit to Seaton the upkeep is high class ,the position superb the activities valid the glasshouse and sensory gardens of botanical interest the staff always friendly, the clocktower majestic ,its a place to escape too.
Please please keep it as close as possible to as it is now