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  • England , Cromer

    This site is in use as the home ground for Cromer Football Club. The original wooden grandstand remained in place until the 1990s, when it was condemned as unsafe. There is a clubhouse and bar and the pitch is railed.

  • Northern Ireland , Belfast

    Cabin Hill is a small demesne for an 18th-century 'Cabin'. Mature trees remain. The site was adapted for school grounds from 1929.

  • England , Honiton

    Cadhay is an early-20th-century garden on the site of 16th-century gardens. The site occupies around 2 hectares within an 8 hectare ornamental site, with adjacent parkland.

  • England , Fawley

    The original building on the site overlooking the Solent was a fishing cottage, designed by Henry Holland about 1775, with pleasure grounds laid out by his father-in-law, Lancelot (Capability) Brown. The gardens are open by written appointment only to parties of 20 or more from May to July and September to October.

    Cadland House, Bournehill Lodge Cadland House, Bournehill Lodge

  • England , Waterlooville

    Cadlington House has gardens and meadows created since the 19th century. The house is a residential home for young people. The 19th-century walled garden houses a horticultural training project. The rear garden contains flowering shrubs and specimen trees.

  • England , Belgravia

    Cadogan Place is an early-19th century private square garden, covering about 3.5 hectares. The garden has been further developed in the later 19th and 20th centuries.

    Cadogan Place Gardens, London. Statue and garden. Cadogan Place Gardens, London. Statue and garden.

  • England , Southsea

    This memorial garden is situated on the Avenue de Caen on the south coast adjacent to Southsea Castle. It features an inscribed stone dedicating the garden to those who liberated Caen fifty years previously. It also commemorates the 800th anniversary of Caen's first city charter.

  • England , St Austell

    Caerhays Castle has late-19th-century and early-20th-century garden of around 20 hectares, surrounded by a wooded parkland of about 100 hectares. This is set within a larger agricultural estate of around 1400 hectares.

  • Wales , Conwy

    Caer Rhun Hall is a late-19th-century house with a well-preserved contemporary garden layout of terraced formal gardens, set in extensive older parkland beside the River Conwy. There are notable specimen trees, especially cedars of Lebanon, oaks and beeches. At the time of writing in 2011, Caer Rhun Hall functions as a venue for private hire.

    Caer Rhun Hall, Tynygroes Caer Rhun Hall, Tynygroes

  • England , Eaton Bishop, Hereford

    A small park which may have been improved by John Davenport in the late 18th century.

  • Northern Ireland , Larne

    Cairndhu is a gentleman's summer residence of 1875, formerly Sea View. The house stands next to the demesne of Carncastle Lodge and is linked to Carnfunnock. Features include sea views, shelter trees, steep terracing, a productive garden and glasshouses. Part of the site is now a golf course.

  • Scotland , Fraserburgh

    Cairness House is situated on a slight rise, and is also a prominent landmark in views across the plain. One single expanse of core parkland extends to the south-east of the house. It forms a key component of Thomas White's landscape design. Curving strips of mature broadleaf woodland at the north and east perimeter of the main park frame the house and contribute to the scenic value of the wider landscape. Simple, well-maintained lawns encircle Cairness House. They are studded with a very wide variety of young specimen broadleaf and coniferous trees, planted by the present owners from 2002-2006.

  • Northern Ireland , Aghalee

    Features include mature trees and a box-edged productive garden, partially cultivated.

  • England , Merseyside

    This garden is a quiet space for contemplation. It contains trees of various types, the intention being to place up to 10 trees in the garden to commemorate staff and pupils who have lost their lives whilst on active service or in other tragic circumstances.

  • England , Calder Bridge, Whitehaven, Cumbria

    Calder Abbey is an 18th century house which is surrounded by parkland. The Abbey was originally founded in 1134 but became ruinous after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536. Some stone was used to build the new house but the rest of the structure remains as a feature within the park.

  • England , Pershore

    Caldewell is a 19th-century park with a lodge. Features include ornamental trees, a kitchen garden, a fernery, a vinery and a peach house. There is a ha-ha.

  • Wales , Caldey Island

    Caldey Priory has part of the structure of a medieval priory, including a pond. The medieval layout is overlain by a 19th-century compartmented garden. This layout is associated with a mansion on the priory site built in 1800 by Thomas Kynaston.

  • Scotland , East Renfrewshire

    Caldwell Estate in East Renfrewshire is the location of what remains of Caldwell House, a mansion constructed in 1773 to a design by Robert Adam.

    Caldwell House Caldwell House

  • England

    Caldwell Park was a deer park first recorded in the 14th century and last mentioned in the mid-18th century.

  • Northern Ireland , Armagh

    A bone house of 1747 and the site of a hermitage remain from a noted mid-18th-century garden. There are mid-19th-century terraces by William Sawrey Gilpin, a horseshoe lake, a pinetum, a monkey-puzzle avenue to the ruins of a monument and a deer park.