Admington Hall gardens, a private park and gardens attached to a property at the southern end of Admington. They incorporate 19th and 20th century design elements.
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The Roman town of Alcester, originally a fort, which was surrounded by a defensive rampart. The town comprised an industrial zone in the Birch Abbey area, a residential area to the east, and several cemeteries.
Alveston Manor Gardens associated with the late Medieval manor house. The gardens, marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886, included a kitchen garden and a gazebo, and were situated south east of Clopton Bridge.
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Kitchen garden situated on opposite side of B4114 from Ansley House.
The site of a park, including features such as a sundial, walks, kitchen garden and terrace, dating to the Imperial period. The park is marked on the Ordnance Survey maps of 1886 and 1906. It is located 800m south west of Buckley Green.
Grounds and gardens which date to the Imperial period. The gardens include a kitchen garden, walks, lakes and a crinkle-crankle or serpentine wall. The gardens are associated with Brailes House.
The site of a brewery or malt house which was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on a map of Brinklow dating to 1838. The buildings are still standing. They are situated on Broad Street, Brinklow.
The site of a brewery or malt house which was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on a map of Brinklow dating to 1838. The buildings are still standing. They are situated in Broad Street, Brinklow.
Pleasure grounds; kitchen garden; paddocks.
A Post Medieval icehouse, a structure built partially underground where ice was stored during the warmer months. The icehouse was situated in Mill Pond Spinney, 400m north of Compton Wynyates.