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Lymore Park 2177

Brief Description

Lymore Park is a well-preserved and attractive deer and landscape park, set on rolling ground to the east of Montgomery. The site is bounded to the east by the bank of Offa's Dyke. The parkland is characterised by informal tree planting, ponds and woodland. There are ancient oaks and sweet chestnuts and a decoy pond dating from the late-18th to early-19th century.


The site dates from at least the late-17th century and was originally associated with Lymore Lodge (now demolished).

Detailed Description

Part of the Park is now occupied by the Mongomery Cricket Club.
  • Tree Clump
  • Description: A clump of oaks and sweet chestnuts with the sweet chestnuts around the perimeter and the oaks in the centre.
  • Pond
  • Description: Decoy pond.
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Civil Parish

  • Montgomery