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The Brookes developed the tranquil woodland gardens at Norton Priory, whose pathways are still in use and give access to the recreated stream-glade and rock garden. 
The grounds, bounded by the historic Bridgewater Canal, are home to a rich variety of wild life, especially birds and insects.

The peaceful and relaxing two and a half acre Walled Garden at Norton Priory has won four Britain in Bloom awards. It was built between 1757 and 1770 by the Brooke family as a kitchen garden to provide fresh produce and flowers for the Norton Priory mansion. Close by is the ice house. 


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2014 - Norton Priory Museum and Gardens - Open most of year. See website for details.
Disabled access, tea room.

Norton Priory Museum and Gardens
Tudor Road, Runcorn
WA7 1AX
www.nortonpriory.org
 Tel 01928 569895

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