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  • England , Greater London

    The blocks of flats are grouped around a rectangular garden with its original railings. Tabard Gardens provides recreational space for the estate. It is divided into three spaces: a playground, a grass square with seats, and an area formed into a mound and planted with shrubs, now a wildlife area with paths through it, which separates this part of the gardens from the large grass area at the north end.

  • England , near Plumley, Cheshire

    Tabley Grange is a small 19th century garden. Features include grassed lawns and shrubberies, an ornamental shrubbery and herbaceous borders with paved paths.

  • England , Macclesfield

    Tabley House has an 18th-century landscape park occupying about 240 hectares. Its features include lakes and woodland. The site has an associated Reservoirs Act.

  • England , Bicester

    Tackley Abbey has the remains of early formal water gardens, constructed in about 1620. The site covers approximately 2 hectares.

  • England , Basingstoke

    Although there was evidence of a farm property on the site during the early-19th century, it wasn’t until the 1890s that the house was enlarged into a ‘Gentleman’s Residence’ – possibly for Major George Conrad Roller – a fine artist and world-wide known picture restorer, and friend of John Singer Sargent and Thomas Burberry. He illustrated Burberry’s advertisements for nearly 40 years. Today the common surrounding Tadley Courts lies within a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is the home of the Priory Horizon School for young people with special needs.

  • England , Tadlow

    Features of Tadlow House include a drive, shrubbery, hedges, a walk and an orchard.

  • England , Settle

    Taitlands is situated just to the south of Stainforth on the Settle Road. It is a single phase building where the house and gardens were planned as an integral whole and not much altered over the last 150 years. A combination of an integrated design with a high level of preservation gives the site its significance. Features include a walled kitchen garden, carriage drive, specimen trees, sundial and coach house. The house was a youth hostel until 2007, but its current use is unknown.

    Taitlands, the bee boles Taitlands, the bee boles

  • Wales , Prestatyn

    Talacre has the remains of extensive early-19th-century pleasure grounds and plantations set in a small landscape park. Terraces behind the house contain an unusual and quite well-preserved artificial rockwork grotto and a folly tower. There is an 18th-century banqueting house set in the kitchen garden wall.

    Talacre Hall, near Prestatyn Talacre Hall, near Prestatyn

  • Wales , Llandeilo

    There is a small formal garden surrounding the house, pleasure grounds to the west, parkland to the south and two walled gardens to the east.

    Taliaris house Taliaris house

  • Wales , Monmouth

    Talycoed Court is a small late-19th-century park and terraced garden built by Sir Joseph Bradney.

  • Wales , Mid Glamorgan

    Talygarn has the extensive remains of late-Victorian terraced gardens and woodland grounds. These were laid out for the well-known industrialist and antiquary George Thomas Clark. The woodland immediately around the formal garden contains some very fine specimen trees, some of them of considerable rarity, planted by Clark.

    Talygarn, north front balustrading Talygarn, north front balustrading

  • England , Tamworth

    The pleasure grounds of Tamworth Castle date from the 19th century, and incorporate a bandstand and processional avenue. The grounds surround the medieval castle, and overlie a 17th-century municipal park.

  • England , London

    New facilities have been laid out since 2004. The park is backed by allotments that are included in the site.

  • England , Greater Manchester

    This is a country park featuring grassland, mixed woodland and mature beech trees. A granite marker commemorates the gift of the site as a memorial after World War 1. There are Pennine views from the war memorial at the highest point of the park.

  • Northern Ireland , Tandragee, County Armagh

    A walled demesne on an elevated site for a 17th-century house. There is a 'Dark Walk' lime avenue. The parkland is now largely a golf course.

  • England , Greater London

    Tangier Green was kept as open space when the area was developed c.1900 and forms part of the Arts and Crafts influenced cottage estate that surrounds it. Predominantly laid out as a children's playground, there are a number of mature trees and shrubbery beds.

  • England , Basingstoke

    The estate was a originally known as Fabians until the reign of Charles II. I The Grade II* listed building is thought to have been built around 1662 by Sir Robert Howard who renamed the estate out of deference to his royal master King Charles II. During the 19th century it was the residence of the Bigg-withers. There have been 18th, 19th and 20th century additions and modernisations appropriate to the time but essentially the park is relatively unchanged. Tangier was part of the wider estate holdings of Manydown until the early 20th century. The extent of the park is marked at the present day by original features such as the Wilderness, and the Lime Walk.

  • England , Canterbury

    The castle and grounds were purchased for use as a town park in 1935. Although there has been recorded activity on the site since the 14th century the castle and gardens are 19th century in origin. The garden features terraces, sunken gardens, topiaries and a bowling green.

  • England , Brasted

    Tanners has a garden laid out in 1928 by Harold Hillier, including rare and unusual varieties of plants. Features of the garden include a pond, clipped Yew hedges, a rose garden, a row of Scots pine and a cherry avenue. In recent years the lower rock garden and pool have been restored.

  • England , Waldron, East Sussex

    The estate forms a rough triangle with the Manor and lake of about half a hectare in the vertex pointing north. To the south of the manor is parkland with some wooded areas. Over the years the number of trees has reduced. Abbs (1999) notes a cricket pavilion (1923), a kitchen garden and an arbour.