- The Gardens Company
St.George's Gardens were created by the "St.Anne's on-the-Sea Public Accommodation Company"... otherwise referred to as "the Gardens Company".
- St.George's Gardens
A plan of St.George's Gardens (now Ashton Gardens) in relation to the town c1900.
- Collapse of the Gardens Company
About 1883, the Public Accommodation (Gardens) Company went into liquidation.
- St.George's Institute
St.George's Institute (later known as Ashton Institute).
- The Gardens in the 1890s
A description of St.George's Gardens c1890s.
- Porritt's Building Yard
Porritt's Building Yard was on Clifton Drive, on the site of the present park entrance.
- The 1913 Scheme
The 1913 Scheme to develop the gardens.
- The 1913 Scheme - Plans
Plans for the 1913 Scheme.
- Lord Ashton Intervenes
The 1913 Scheme.
- Lord Ashton
- Laying out the Gardens
Laying out the gardens, 1915-16.
- The new Gardens
A description of the new gardens in 1916.
- Ashton Pavilion
Some pictures and a description of the proposed Ashton Pavilion, Ashton Gardens, 1916.
- Ashton Institute
The old St.George's Institute was rebuilt in the gardens and renamed Ashton Institute in1916.
- The Rustic Bridge
The Rustic Bridge which has been a feature in the gardens since the 1880s.
- The Rose Garden
The Rose Garden.
- The Bowling Green
The Bowling Green.
- War Memorial Construction
The St.Annes War Memorial was constructed in the gardens in 1924.
- The 1931 Fire
The Ashton Pavilion on fire in 1931.
- Cousin Freddie's Magpie's
Cousin Freddie's Magpie's in the 1930s.
- Ashton Gardens 2009
Photographs of the redevelopment work in progress at Ashton Gardens - photos taken 24 May 2009.
- Heritage Restoration 2009
Links relating to the restoration of Ashton Gardens.
- Ashton Gardens 2010
Photos of Ashton Gardens taken in May, 2010.
- Ashton Institute 1916-2010
Photo of the Ashton Institute c1916, shortly after construction, and another taken after it had been taken down, restored and reconstructed, May, 2010.