The Croft is a large, triangular green sloping down to the mill cut. It's a great place to feed the ducks, take a scroll and admire the water meadows and varied wildlife that lives here.
The Croft has been an accessible open space for centuries for all to enjoy. The fine oak trees may look ancient but were actually planted in 1902 to commemorate the Coronation of King Edward VII. Over the footbridge is Mill Acre, where there is a boating pond, picnic place and, beyond, the wide expanse of Great Fullingpit Meadow beckoning the walker.