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BROCKLESBY PARK

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Landscape park and gardens to Brocklesby Park, a country house constructed in 1603, covering an area of 600 hectares. A park and gardens were laid out at the same time as construction of the house, but were remodelled by Lancelot Brown in 1771. Further plans for the extension and alterations to the park were made by Thomas White during the 1780s and by Humphry Repton at the end of the 18th century. The gardens were altered during the 19th century. New formal gardens were created after 1898 by Reginald Blomfield. A new formal garden was also created during the 1990s.

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