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MISERDEN PARK

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Deer park and gardens to Miserden Park house. A park at Miserden is first documented in 1297 and had been landscaped during the 17th century. Gardens were first laid out during construction of the house in 1620 for Sir William Sandys and by 1712 comprised terraced gardens. Most of the present gardens are 20th century in date and include influences by Edwin Lutyens, who helped to redesign the house in 1919, and designs by Mrs Wills during the 1930s.

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