Great Linford Manor Park Heritage Fund Project

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Great Linford Manor Park is a special and wonderful place to visit, with a history that can be traced back at least to Saxon times. Many of its features, for example the Water Gardens and nearby Wilderness Garden, date from the 17th and 18th Centuries, when the park was laid out to provide the setting to the impressive Manor House (a private property) that still provides the main focal point in the park today.

However, many of the park’s historic features have deteriorated and awareness of the historic design has become eroded. We've been awarded funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to 'Reveal, Restore and Revive' the park’s important heritage and to make it an even more attractive and interesting place to visit. From October 2020 our appointed contractors Ground Control will be implementing our project masterplan.

View the Project Masterplan

View our Conservation Management Plan

If you would like to know more about the project please contact us at GLMP@theparkstrust.com.


  • National Lottery Heritage Fund

    Did you know...thanks to National Lottery players we have been awarded £3.1m to 'Reveal, Revive and Restore' Great Linford Manor Park! Find out more about how we're funding the project.

  • Join the Friends

    Did you know...you can join the Friends of Great Linford Manor Park? Contact friends.glmp@gmail.com for information.

  • Park Open

    Did you know...We're keeping Great Linford Manor Park open throughout our restoration works so it can be enjoyed all year round!

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  • Great Linford Manor Park

    Facilities:

    • Toilets
    • Barbecue Area
    • Café
    • Play Area
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    Great Linford Manor Park is a special, heritage-rich park set within the old village of Great Linford. It contains features that were first laid out centuries ago, including ponds and a Wilderness Garden which represent the English Landscape style of garden design that became popular for country estates during the 18th Century.

    Refreshments
    Refreshments and food can be found nearby at The Black Horse and the Nag’s Head which are open for lunch and supper. Milton Keynes Arts Centre has a small café where drinks can be purchased.

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