Panaramic view

Bewerley Walled Garden  | OS Grid Ref: 416063,464704  | Site classified as: Garden:Walled  | HPG Ref: 60248

Map Evidence

1854 OS 6"
Walled, complex of paths, glasshouses
1895 OS 6 "
As above, plus gasometer. Area 2.24 acres, plot 792 lying SE of Bewerley Hall, down to Ravensgill Beck

Extract from Site Visit report

Site Description:  Former walled garden, now the site of the Bewerley Riding Centre
Site Access:  Private drive from road
Parking:  N/A
Visibility:  Some walls visible
Micro climate:  N/A
North boundary:  High stone wall
South boundary:  In SE corner wall curves down to lower level, then old iron fence
East boundary:  Wall breached for modern entrance
West boundary:  High, with original entrance from front garden of Tudor House
Buildings:  Lean-to vinery on N. wall, tomato house with fruit and fig, span roof – modern building of riding school, bothy to the N.
Walkways / Gateways / Paths etc:  Some paths in position of old quadripartite plan
Planting:  Some trees, flower borders
General Condition:  Well-maintained
Other comments:  None
Recorder:  MHW/MAH/BN
Date:  20/10/07

Additional information

This garden was a productive kitchen garden for the Yorke family when they resided at Bewerley Hall.
Water for both the house and garden was piped from a reservoir on the hill above Skrikes Wood to the SW.


Yorke family archives

Extract from 1909 25inch OS map showing Bewerley Park.
The Walled garden can be seen bottom right to SE of Bewerley Hall.
Bewerley Gardens valentine.jpg
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