pmackay / parks-and-gardens-uk-scraper

Names and IDs from Parks and Gardens UK


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Abberley Hall
Abberley Hall incorporates an 18th-century building and was re-modelled between 1837 and 1845. The main features of the garden date from a restoration in the 1880s. Features include a clock tower of 1883/4, terraces with balustrades and statuary, a water garden and pleasure grounds. The hall is now a private school.
Abberley Park
Abberley Park was a deer park recorded on documents between the 13th and 18th centuries.
Abberton Hall
Abberton Hall is a 17th-century house in a park. In 1924 it was described as 'standing high in a fine park'. Around 1937 a garden loggia was decorated with frescoes by Benjamin Gibbon.
Abbey Cemetery, Bath
The cemetery is situated on a steeply sloping, three-hectare site overlooking the town. It was designed by JC Loudon, and consecrated on 30th January 1844.
Abbey Dore Court
A Georgian house remodelled in the late 19th century. Two Wellingtonias and other vestiges of the Victorian shrubberies survive in the garden today. Since 1968 the mature gardens have been redesigned to provide the framework for a modern garden with an emphasis upon herbaceous plants.
Abbey Gardens, Bury St Edmund's
The Abbey Gardens are a public park opened at the end of the 19th century. The site had previously been a medieval Abbey. A botanical garden was laid out here in the early-19th century. The gardens now feature a formal area of island beds laid out in the mid-20th century. There is also a water garden and rose garden dating back to the mid-20th century, and later 20th-century additions including a sensory garden and herb garden.
Abbey Gardens, Winchester
Originally a Georgian house with a Garden Temple, the grounds were bought by Winchester City Council in 1890 and converted to a Public Pleasure Ground. Now has formal flower beds, a rose garden, a scented garden and an enclosed children's play area.
Abbey Gate College
Features of Abbey Gate College include formal gardens, hedges and parkland.
Abbey Green, Bath
Abbey Green is a grassed oval with a large plane tree in the centre. It is enclosed by listed buildings on three sides.
Abbey Hey Park
This park to the south of Higher Openshaw no longer exists.


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