The Godlands - house and garden
Kent Fire and Rescue Service headquarters
is called The Godlands. The house was built in 1895 in the
Arts and Crafts style. It is not open to the public.
The house is set in gardens laid out in 1895, and some of the
original planting is still there. The garden is open to the public
under the National Garden Scheme, and by appointment.
Find out more:
National Garden Scheme
The NGS raises money for charity by arranging for gardens to be
open to the public. It has been running for more than 80 years, and
includes 3,500 gardens, most privately owned, which are visited by
more than 750,000 people a year.
2012 Open Day - Sunday 8 July, 12.30pm - 5.30pm
Visits by organised groups of 15 or more can also be made during
the summer by appointment. Call 01622 692 121, or