Wadborough Park 6471

Worcester, England, Worcestershire, Wychavon

Brief Description

Wadborough Park was a mediaeval deer park first recorded in the reign of King Edward III and lost by the 18th century. Wadborough Park Farm still has its moat.

History

The park is first documented in the reign of Edward III. It is shown on Saxton's map of 1577. It ceased to exist during the 18th century.

Features
Moat
Access & Directions

Directions

Five miles south-east of Worcester via the A44 and a minor road.
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Drakes Broughton
History

Period

  • Medieval (1066-1540)
References