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Part/component area of: Croome Court


Brief description of site

Pirton Park was previously part of the Croome Court estate. The fallow deer park was landscaped by Capability Brown whilst he worked on Croome. Features include cedars and limes planted in the mid-18th century.

Brief history of site

The park may have been created in the 17th century, and was apparently well established when valued in 1687. The deer park was landscaped by Lancelot Brown in the 1760s, effectively as a satellite of what had become the main park at Croome.

Location information:

Address: Worcester Road, Pirton, WR8 9EE

Locality: Worcester

Local Authorities:

Worcestershire; Wychavon; Pirton

Historical County: Worcestershire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 150 Grid Ref: SO879465
Latitude: 52.1167 Longitude: -2.17812


Nine miles south of Worcester via the A38 and the B4084.

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Opening times vary seasonally. Please see the website for details.

Key information:

Form of site: deer park

Purpose of site: Agriculture and subsistence

Context or principal building: house

Site first created: 1760 to 1769

Main period of development: Mid 18th century

Survival: Part: standing remains

Site Size (Hectares): 92

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