Made up of the churchyard of St. Leonards and St. Botolph's and the graveyard of Christchurch, this charming park earned its name after local Post Office workers made it a popular lunchtime retreat.
Created in 1887 by painter and sculptor George Frederick Watts, the park features a 50 ft long open gallery with glazed Doulton tablets commemorating acts of bravery by ordinary folk.
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