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HALE PARK

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Formal gardens, pleasure grounds and landscape park to Hale House, probably laid out from 1715 by Thomas Archer. During the 19th century and early 20th century the pleasure grounds were simplified and new formal features were added to the gardens The park contains a number of copses, and lodges including the South Lodge which has a Delos-type Doric portico. Tree avenues cross the park, including a lime avenue which runs north east to Hatchett Lodge, and extends beyond park. The Mount is possibly from the 17th century house and is enclosed by hedging.

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