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  • England , Pateley Bridge

    The site was in existence by the time of the 1856 Ordnance Survey map. Current features include two lakes with decorative cascades formed on a natural stream and a bridge with iron posts. A 19th-century long walkway runs beside the lakes and stream. There is also a spring head stone feature originally to bring water from the mines. There is 19th-century woodland planting, including four Wellingtonia specimens and rhododendrons. The site is partly bounded by railings on a stone wall.

  • England , London

    The park is in two parts, divided by the road, the eastern part an informal grassed area and the western part landscaped with a railed children's playground on the site of a former ornamental pond known as the Lily Pond.

  • England , Bolton

    The site was irregular and elongated with a pond or a lake to the southern end. There was a wooded area around the house to the north of the site. By the late-19th-century the site was reduced, divided and developed for housing.

  • England , London

    Features of Ealing Common include dense plating of horse chestnuts around the perimeter. Many of the original white metal posts and rails remain.

  • England , Greater London

    This open green space contains paths and a number of mature trees. A small area within the site is registered as a Village Green.

  • England

    Research on this landscape is underway and will be added as soon as it is available.

  • England , Eardisley, Herefordshire

    The remains of a mediaeval deer park, once attached to Eardisley Castle.

  • England , Stockton on Teme

    Eardiston is a 19th-century park associated with a house of about 1830. Features include a large walled kitchen garden with glasshouses. Another estate, Woodlands, was developed out of a part of the land in 1915.

  • Scotland , Leuchars

    The designed landscape at Earlshall comprises 18th-century parkland with later planting and a walled garden that was originally constructed in the 17th century but renovated and redesigned in the early-20th century. The walled garden is divided into compartments, one of which contains topiary chessmen and other figures. The design was admired by Gertrude Jekyll and inspired other 20th-century gardens such as Sissinghurst and Crathes Castle.

  • England , Tameside, Greater Manchester

    Early Bank had a house with grounds to the west of Mottram Road. It was a rectangular site with fields to north and south. Early Bank Wood lay to the west. The house was set to the western edge of the site, with a wooded boundary to the north and south. Along with the sites at Foxhill and Woodlands, this site possibly illustrates the beginnings of the suburbanisation of this area. The site is now lost, and the area has been developed as a small housing estate.

  • England , Abdon, Shropshire

    Earnstree Park, located below Brown Clee, was first recorded as a wooded hay in 1177. It became an open park in the late medieval period, and was enclosed in the 18th century. It is now lost.

  • England , Kinlet, Shropshire

    Earnwood, located at the extreme south-eastern border of Shropshire, was emparked in the medieval period. It is now lost and its later history is unknown.

  • England , Chichester, West Sussex

    Eartham House is situated to the southern end of the hamlet of Eartham.. The house and grounds are within a triangle of land bounded by two roads. To the north of the house, within the point of the triangle are a number of associated buildings and structures. The grounds are principally to the south of the house on steeply rising ground, up to 94 metres. At the top of the hill, where there is a tree-covered mound amongst the woodland, there are extensive views across the playing fields to the south coast and Chichester. The house is now a private school, and is also used as a wedding venue.

  • England , Easby, Great Ayton, North Yorkshire

    Easby Hall has an associated landscape park. The original water features are now derelict and the stables have been converted into holiday cottages.

  • England , London

    The cemetery is now within the new Eastbrookend Country Park. It has a garden of rest and, most unusually, an Apiary. There is little planting apart from cherry trees.

  • England , Blandford Forum

    The site contains mainly archaeological remains of an elaborate early-18th-century formal garden scheme of around 15 hectares. The formal gardens are set within related parkland totalling around 120 hectares, much of which has been returned to agricultural use.

  • England , Greater London

    Eastbury is an Elizabethan Manor House built as a country residence for a wealthy merchant. The garden to the east is enclosed by C18th and C19th brick walls. Many of the original features have been restored, including the walled garden, in which 'bee-boles' can be seen in the walls.

  • England , London

    Within the grounds are the old Coach house, 17th-century walled garden, 18th-century dovecote and a ha-ha. There are many fine mature trees and more recent garden features include a herb garden planted for Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee in 1977, orchard, rockery and wildflower meadow.

  • England , East Grinstead

    The estate of East Court covers some 48.6 hectares and consists of a large Georgian house with ancillary buildings, gardens, parkland, lake, playing fields and woodland. It provides civic, community, recreational and sporting facilities for the general public as well as housing the headquarters of the East Grinstead Town Council.

  • England

    Eastfield Park is a communal park dating to the 1870s.