British Wildlife 17.5 June 2006

A flower in the desert: wildlife of the Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire

At Wimpole in Cambridgeshire, the National Trust owns a 960ha estate with a Grade 1 listed Hall at its centre, with surrounding gardens set within a Grade 1 landscaped park and outlying farmland. The quality of the landscape is summed up by Humphry Repton in his 1801 Red Book for Wimpole. 

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