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Great Linford Manor Park Guided Walk

Great Linford Manor Park

Friday 12 January (other dates available)
10:30am
Free
Suitable for all ages
Have you ever wondered about the history of Great Linford Manor Park?

Join the Friends of Great Linford Manor Park on a guided walk to discover the historic features of this unique site.

Learn about the ancient origins of the park all the way up to the modern era. On your walk, discover hidden gems such as the Veteran Lime Tree, Doric Seat and Ha-ha, which survive from the 18th century English Landscape Garden design of the park and have been recently revealed, revived and restored as part of our National Lottery Heritage Fund project.

Time: Guided walks are held on the second Friday of the month at 10:30 and on the last Sunday of the month at 14:00.

Duration: Walks last around 90 minutes.

Meeting Place: MK Arts Centre car park, Great Linford, off Parklands (St. Leger Drive), MK14 5DZ.

Price: This walk is free but donations to the Friends of Great Linford Manor Park are welcome. 

No booking is required, just turn up and enjoy!

Sensible, hard-wearing footwear and outdoor clothing is advised.

Parking: There are limited parking spaces on the approach to the park from Parklands (see above). Otherwise, please park at the Memorial Hall car park, off Marsh Drive and leave the Arts Centre car park free. Click here for a What 3 Words location.

Accessibility: On one stretch of the route there are a set of deep steps (leading up to the Railway Walk from the Cascade Pond). Please let the walk leader know if you would prefer to leave the pond via an accessible route. One or two park features are located on grass, which can be muddy when wet. A hearing loop is available on request from events@theparkstrust.com. Accessible parking is located around the Parklands Pond. Click here for a What3Words location.

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    Great Linford Manor Park is a special, heritage-rich park set within the old village of Great Linford.