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Ashton Court Park

by Chris Knapman

Ashton Court Park

The Ashton Court Estate is made up of 850 acres of woods and parkland designed by Humphry Repton. It became a deer park over 600 years ago, and has some magnificent old oak trees including the Domesday Oak.

Location: Long Ashton, Bristol, BS41 9JN

Region: South West

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Owner / Manager: Bristol City Council

Access: Free admission when open

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  • Vince Hastings says:
    Posted October 17, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    At Ashton Court, an oak of much greater size than the Domesday Oak, grows in Summerhouse Wood, and is a truly magnificent tree.


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