Newark Park

A secluded country estate upon the Cotswold escarpment, providing garden strolls and woodland walks

Newark Park

What's on

Upcoming events

Bug hotel making at Newark Park

Thu 02 Jun 2022
Learn how to make a bug hotel that you can take home with you

Utrillo jazz band at Newark Park

Sat 04 Jun 2022
Utrillo jazz trio will be playing at Newark Park in the walled garden

Chris Beckett, Artist in Residence at Newark Park

Thu 09 Jun 2022
Fused-glass artist, Chris Beckett, will be our artist in residence in June 2022.

Garden journaling with Emma Leyfield at Newark Park

Sun 12 Jun 2022
A two-day watercolour workshop inspired by the garden at Newark Park

Father's Day at Newark Park

Sat 18 Jun 2022
Treat your loved ones this Father's Day to tea, cake and homemade cards

Classic cars at Newark Park

Sun 26 Jun 2022
Enjoy a display of pre-war and classic cars on the lawns of Newark garden
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Things to see and do

Exploring outdoors

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Eating and shopping

Newark lunch with a view

Tea pavilion  

The tea pavilion offers a range of takeaway hot and cold drinks and light snacks

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Our work

A healthy tree

Ash dieback 

Along with many other organisations, we're concerned about ash dieback, a fungal disease that's affecting many woodlands, parks and gardens across the country. We're doing all we can to manage the disease in Gloucestershire.

Details of three portraits

Addressing our histories of colonialism and historic slavery 

Newark Park, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, deals with contentious political histories. Learn more about what we are doing to be inclusive in our work and acknowledge the impact and legacies of colonialism.

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Wildlife watching

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Get involved

Find your rewarding volunteering experience at Newark Park

Volunteer at Newark Park  

Join the dedicated team of volunteers who help us look after this special place, forever for everyone.

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