This park is situated in the centre of Coldstream and features extensive flowering borders and permanent planting.
Visitors and locals alike can enjoy the beauty of the park which offers views of the River Tweed and and the Cheviot Hills. At the viewpoint stands a stone monument to the Coldstream Guards Tercentenary in 1960. Officially opened on 16 May 1961, the park was created from the former tennis court of Doctor Henderson's house, and was named in honour of the doctor and his family.
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