Autumn ambles at Emmetts Garden
Autumn brings with it a fiery display of colours in the woods at Emmetts Garden - from the crispy orange leaves on the floor to the brilliant red of the fungi.
Emmetts Garden is the perfect place to go walking in the autumn, with the reds, yellows and oranges taking centre stage.
Make sure you take a turn around the south garden before you head into the woods - the burnt toffee tree smells delicious in early autumn.
Why not see how many different types of fungi you can spot as you go?
Bough Beech Resovoir
As the leaves begin to turn, first to fiery red before fading to clean winter branches, enjoy fantastic views out from Emmetts Garden view points across the Weald of Kent.
See if you can spot Bough Beech Reservoir, a wildlife reserve bursting with bustling nature, glinting in the distance.