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I visited St. Leonard's tower with my son (Leonard) as we were in the area and because I told him it was once owned by someone with his name. There's not much parking, but we parked on the road just down from the tower and...More
Visited St Leonard’s Tower after visiting the park just across the road..
Worth a quick look around, but during my visit there was very little access (I don’t think it’s open to the public inside)
Standing tall, can be seen from afar.. the grounds around...More
Nobody seems to be sure what the tower was used for. It does not look as though it was part of the castle. Built circa 1100, it is a sturdy, impressive reminder of Norman architecture . Historians tend to believe it was a watch tower...More
It’s true - there’s not a lot to see. It is just a single tower but it is visually impressive. It’s not a day trip but it’s worth a small detour if you’re in the area. West Malling is a very pretty village and there’s...More
A solitary tower (probably a Norman keep) set in a grassy plot next to the road. Worth a visit if you are visiting the park across the road or the village of West Malling, but does not justify a special trip to the area on...More
Not much is known about this tower or even what it's main use was for but still it's history and that I love. Yes its small and yes you need to phone on a weekday morning to view inside but guess what it's an old...More
If you're nearby, stop for a look. You'll need to park a short walk away at the Manor Park Country Park car lot. However, if it's not a weekday morning, you'll be unable to gain access to the interior - access is done by calling...More