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HISTORY OF HARDWICK PARK
THE CIRCUIT WALK
HARDWICKE PLANTATION - A poem in 1811
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About the Friends of Hardwick
|Registered Charity No 1088071
The Friends of Hardwick are a voluntary group with the objective of restoring the historic 18th century landscape, lake, parkland and built structures located within Hardwick Country Park, near Sedgefield in County Durham, to the original state, in association with the main landowners and the local community, whilst improving the visitor asset and accessibility. The Park was built for John Burdon, buildings designed by James Paine and executed by John Bell, builder, of Durham.
Who are The Friends of Hardwick?
|We are ordinary people from all walks of life who share a passion to restore and preserve our historical treasures. If you share our interests, please contact us. You'll find a Mail Form on the left hand side of this page.
Picture shows, left to right, John Fitzpatrick (Secretary), Tom Stubbs (Vice-chairman) and Phil Wilson MP (President).
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