Hanbury park walks- The blue route
Enjoy a short walk across Hanbury's parkland whilst discovering historic features such as the Semi-Circle.
Start off in the Stableyard.
You’ll need to head past the game larder and through gate over the cattle grid into the parkland.
At the waymarker turn left down and walk down Oak Avenue
When you reach the next waymarker then bear right
Eventually you will come to the Semi-Circle, 18th century parkland feature. George London had a plan to borrow views of the surrounding countryside on a grand scale from a feature in the park he called the Semi-Circle. He found a naturally raised area and had trees planted in a series of rays from a base point, resembling a school protractor.
At the end of the Semi-Circle, at the next waymarker, turn right up the slight hill and you will start to come onto another oak avenue.
Keep going until this avenue meets another and at this point turn right and head back towards the Hall along Church Avenue.
When you reach the next waymarker and the pond, head along the driveway back towards the Hall and the Stableyard.
You’ve finished! Why not go and have a well earnt piece of cake in the tea room.
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