|Subject Areas:||History, Natural History|
|Name & Location:||Mr David MASON||Ripon|
|Contact & Website:||w: www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/woods/hackfall/|
|Subjects:||1) Hackfall Woods, at Grewelthorpe near Ripon. An eighteenth century romatic landscape of curiosities above the banks of the River Ure. Featuring a Rustic Temple, The Ruin, Fountain, Mowbray Castle, Fisher's Hall and more. Created after 1731 by William Aislbie, from Studley Royal. Today owned by the Woodland Trust and managed by the Hackfall Trust, it is a Grade One listed park and garden.
2) A general talk about the Woodland Trust and how it works and what it does to create, protect and restore UK woodlands.
Photo of Fisher's Hall
|Availability & Fee:||Anytime||£40.00 Donation to Woodland trust|
|Requirements:||S, BO, T, F||Click for requirements explanation||Areas Covered:||North Yorkshire only|
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