Last updated on 06 February 09

Weston Park

  • Weston Park Martin Hartland © Martin Hartland
  • Westonparkgarden1 Photograph Courtesy Weston Park
  • Westonparkgarden2 Photograph Courtesy Weston Park

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A large seventeenth century house with park and garden. Designs for the landscaping of the park were produced by Lancelot Brown in 1765 and it has two lakes. James Paine designed a Temple of Diana and a Roman bridge. Weston Park has terraced gardens designed by Edward Kemp with Victorian bedding beside the house. These have been re-planted in recent years to designs by Elizabeth Banks and also by Fred & Nada Jennet.
Address - Weston-under-Lizard, nr Shifnal, Shropshire, England, TF11 8LE
Opening times - April to September. See website for details. Open 11am to 6:30pm (last admission 5pm).
Admission - Adult House, Gardens & Park £7.50, Gardens & Park £4.50
Website - Visit the Weston Park website

Designers and Influences

This garden has been designed and influenced by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown

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