Path through the wild garlic in the garden at Newark Park, Gloucestershire. Originally an Elizabethan hunting lodge built by Sir Nicholas Poyntz in c.1550, alterations were made in the 1790s by James Wyatt.

 
Path through the wild garlic in the garden at Newark Park, Gloucestershire.  Originally an Elizabethan hunting lodge built by Sir Nicholas Poyntz in c.1550, alterations were made in the 1790s by James Wyatt.
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30cm
actual image size: 21cm x 32cm

Description

Path through the wild garlic in the garden at Newark Park, Gloucestershire. Originally an Elizabethan hunting lodge built by Sir Nicholas Poyntz in c.1550, alterations were made in the 1790s by James Wyatt.

Image Details

Property Name
 
Newark Park
NTPL Ref. No.
 
175838
Region
 
Wessex

©NTPL/Andrew Butler

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