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MONUMENT NO. 1107228

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Landscape park and formal gardens to Gayhurst Court. The park was landscaped circa 1751 by Lancelot Brown for George Wrighte. The park and pleasure grounds were altered by Humphry Repton circa 1793. His surviving features includes Digby's Walk, a tree-lined path which passed under Newport road via a gothic bridge. The formal gardens were created in 1842-77, these are situated to the northeast end of the house and comprise a geometrical layout outlined at east end by stone pedestals joined by hedges of clipped yew.

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