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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Newark Park

Newark Park was built around 1550 by Sir Nicholas Poyntz as a hunting lodge.

In 1790, Newark Park was remade into an elegant house for the Clutterbuck family by architect James Wyatt. Newark Park is now managed by the National Trust.

Newark Park

Visitors to Newark Park may well see the peacocks which stroll around the place.


Newark Park's grounds are mostly undeveloped woodlands crossed by footpaths. However, there is a lake (see below), walled garden, and summer house.

Newark Park

Newark Park is located south of the junction of the A4135 and B4058. Newark Park is open from the 3rd of March to the 31st of October in 2010.

Visitors to Newark Park may also want to visit nearby Horton Court and Woodchester Park.

Newark Park
Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge
GL12 7PZ
Tel: 01453 842644
Map of Newark Park

© 2010 John Westby

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