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LYNDHURST PARK

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Royal park enclosed by Edward I in 1291, unusual in being a Royal park within a Royal forest. It covered 500 acres in 1299, was extended possibly in the 14th century and was in a ruinous state by 1428. In 1604 the boundary was refered to as an 'old ditch'. Traces of the park pale survive as earthworks.

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