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Cranford Countryside Park

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Cranford Country Park is a historic countryside park that was originally the grounds of Cranford House that was demolished 1945.

This 144 acre (58 hectares) park, still features a number of historical relics including a walled garden, icehouse, a restored 18th century stable block and the medieval St. Dunstan's Church and graveyard which was mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is known for the ghost of the Grey Lady who is said to haunt the park.

The natural areas in the park include woodlands, wildflower meadows and wetlands that comprise of marshland, ditches and ponds. The River Crane also flows through the park. Facilities include an information centre, toilets, car park, children's playground, an orienteering course and nature trails. Access to the park is via a slip road off the M4 roundabout at Junction 3.



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