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Annesley Hall, Annesley, Ashfield, Nottinghamshire

C13 park with remains of C13 motte and bailey castle. C17 terraces abut the Hall with late C19 garden, pleasure grounds and walled garden. Site at risk due to lack of cohesive management and internal and external development pressures. Support via Environmental Stewardship and ongoing dialogue with Forest Enterprise in first instance. Research and survey on extent of surviving parkland features and interpretation of archive sources would be of great benefit, particularly across Annesley, Newstead and Papplewick.

Name: Annesley Hall
Street: N/A
Parish: Annesley
District/London Borough: Ashfield
County: Nottinghamshire
Unitary Authority: N/A
Region: East Midlands
Condition: Extensive significant problems
Vulnerability: High
Trend: Deteriorating
Ownership: Mixed, multiple owners
Contact: Tim Allen 01604 735415