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English Garden Cities: An introduction

... Garden City Movement and the challenge of change. This will not only appeal to planners and conservation professionals, but also residents of the garden cities....

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NESS BOTANIC GARDENS

... average rainfall of c 750mm and with less frost and less severe winters than the rest of the Cheshire Plain. The Gardens are on the south side of the village of Neston, and Chester is c 15km to the south...

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Garden at Three Gables

... with integrated gardens, notably at Tirley Garth in Willington, Cheshire West and Chester, which he designed in the early C20. The house is listed at Grade II* and the garden is registered, also at...

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Rural Landscapes

...This guide sets out the selection criteria for the inclusion of rural landscapes to the Register of Parks and Gardens....

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Institutional Landscapes

...This guide sets out the selection criteria for the inclusion of institutional landscapes on the Register of Parks and Gardens....

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Garden and Park Structures

...A guide to outline the selection criteria used when listing garden and park structures....

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CHOLMONDELEY CASTLE

... (29 November 1979), pp 2000-03 P de Figueiredo and J Treuherz, Cheshire Country Houses (1988), pp 52-6 Cholmondeley Castle Gardens, guidebook, (Lady Cholmondeley 1993) Maps ...

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GAWSWORTH [OLD] HALL

...; The former park is not included in the registered area. REFERENCES P de Figueiredo and J Treuherz, Cheshire Country Houses (1988), pp 99-102 R C Turner, Gawsworth Hall...

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CREWE HALL

... estate immediately east of the Hall is excluded from the registered area, as is Crewehall Farm, the C19 home farm which stands on the south-east side of the industrial estate. GARDENS AND...

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DORFOLD HALL

... Furse, Dorfold Hall, Nantwich, Cheshire. A Report on the History of the Gardens (1999) Maps OS 6" to 1 mile: Cheshire sheet 55, 1st edition published 1882 Cheshire sheet 56...

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PEOVER HALL

...An C18 landscape park and C20 formal gardens associated with a country house. HISTORIC DEVELOPMENT The manor of Over Peover was held by the C13 by the Mainwarings, who...

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TABLEY HOUSE

... kitchen garden is a row of three 1960s brick houses, Garden Cottages. REFERENCES P de Figueiredo and J Treuherz, Cheshire Country Houses (1988), pp 161-5 P Cannon-Brookes (ed...

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ARLEY HALL

...C18 and later gardens and pleasure grounds including what may be England's earliest herbaceous border, and a later C18 landscape park laid out by William Emes, associated with a country house. ...

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TIRLEY GARTH

..., across the Cheshire Plain towards Beeston and Peckforton Castles and the distant Welsh Mountains. The north-west corner of the south terrace leads to the rectangular sunken garden south of the...

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TATTON PARK

... Treuherz, Cheshire Country Houses (1988), pp 166-71 Tatton Park: The Gardens, guidebook, (National Trust 1988) N Higham and P Aylett, A Short History of Tatton, (typescript nd, c 1990) (copy held...

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MELLOR'S GARDENS

... 1987), pp 44-7 Garden History 15, no 2 (1987), pp 157-166 R C Turner, Mellor's Gardens (1989) Maps Tithe map Rainow, 1850 (EDT 339/1-2),(Cheshire Record Office) ...

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ADLINGTON HALL

...A landscape park originating as a medieval deer park, and a pleasure ground and formal garden of the mid C18, associated with a country house. HISTORIC DEVELOPMENT The Legh...

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RODE HALL

... (Pool Side, Church Lane) from Alsager to Scholar Green. To the south the boundary follows field edges. The area here registered is c 88ha. The Hall, gardens and kitchen garden are all aligned...

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EATON HALL

...C17 to C20 formal gardens and landscape park associated with a country house, including elements by John Webb, William Andrews Nesfield and Edwin Lutyens. HISTORIC DEVELOPMENT ...

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