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Shrawnell Park 6443

Brief Description

Shrawnell Park was a deer park founded by William Cheriton, Abbot of Evesham around 1330. It was still in existence in the mid-16th century.


The park was established by William Cheriton, Abbot of Evesham, around 1330. After the Dissolution it was granted to Sir Thomas Hoby. A park lodge was mentioned in 1544. The land was enclosed as farmland in the early 19th century.

Access & Directions


One mile north-east of Evesham, on the eastern bank of the River Avon.

Civil Parish

  • Badsey