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
Site Description: Former walled garden, now the site of the Bewerley Riding Centre
Site Access: Private drive from road
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
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
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