Dyrham Park

Gloucestershire                                                                                         All photos by Hetty

Dyrham Park – National Trust

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12th August 2022

The carts have gone from the sheds and there are no deer in the park now

The tiles may have come from Hailes Abbey



20th July 2015      

First we went for a walk with a deer ranger, and found some deerS1058665 copy

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We went to a view point

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Former farm

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While they are replacing the 3 roofs of the 17th century mansion house, you can go up in a lift to watch, and see the views

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In the 1700s  there was water cascading down the hill in Dutch style water gardens

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The West Garden and the original entrance

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The stable area

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Ready for new slates and new lead

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This bit has been done

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October 2011

The mansion and church from the West Garden

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Deer in the Park

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View from Neptune’s statue

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Link to: Lansdown to Dyrham on the Cotswold Way

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