Wroxton Abbey Waterfall - Wroxton, Oxfordshire, UK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Dragontree
N 52° 04.213 W 001° 23.113
30U E 610678 N 5770078
Quick Description: This majestic waterfall forms part of the river system in the grounds of Wroxton Abbey.
Location: West Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 4/5/2009 11:49:15 AM
Waymark Code: WM656Y
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member J.A.R.S.
Views: 19

Long Description:
The fantastic gardens were landscaped in 1728 by Tilleman Bobart. They comprise of 56 acres including woodland and fields. There are Serpentine style aspects, possibly to the design of Lord North, later to become the Earl of Guildford from 1731-1751. There are 2 lakes, a cascade and river and a Roman Doric Temple. A knot garden was added in the twentieth century.

The grounds are open to the public to explore and walk around in the daytime. It is possible to walk right up to this waterfall and admire the views of the lakes.
Type / features of structure: Spillway

Estimated height in feet: 10

Estimated width in feet: 8

River/stream/lake/reservoir: Private Manmade River leading to Sor Brook

Location of the waterfall: Not listed

Coordinates of parking: Not Listed

Fees: Not Listed

Flow dates: Not listed

Estimated height in meters: Not Listed

Estimated width in meters: Not Listed

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