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Newsham Park, Liverpool

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Newsham Park in Liverpool, England is a Victorian park that was opened in 1868. To the east of it is the Canada Dock branch railway line, and to the north is West Derby Road.Facilities and attractions The Grade 2 listed Newsham House, where Queen Victoria once stayed. Now used as Judges' lodgings. The Grade 2 listed Seamen’s Orphan Institution. Fishing lakes with roach, carp and tench (registration permit required). Children's play area Lakeview Kiosk (open 9am-5pm)HistoryThe park is part of a set of Victorian public parks within Liverpool, including Stanley Park, Walton Hall Park, Princes Park and the largest of the group, Sefton Park.It is built on land purchased by the Liverpool Corporation from the Molyneux Estate. The development of the park was funded by the sale of plots for the construction of housing. Consequently the park is fringed by Victorian housing, some of which is currently empty and derelict. The area has been awarded Conservation Area status, a legal protection against development to protect and preserve the Victorian architecture.Newsham Park is the first individual work of the landscape architect Edward Kemp, an understudy of Joseph Paxton who was responsible for the grounds at Chatsworth House and the design of Birkenhead Park, a city park that became a working model for the creation of Manhattan's Central Park. As a result of this historic connection, as well as the park's intrinsic natural beauty, it has been awarded Grade II* listed status.
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  • Good day out in the park. There is a skate board park for the kids and a play area. If you fancy some fishing there is also a lake for all the keen fishermen.  more »
  • We went for a stroll on a sunny May morning, it was great to see the park looking in such good nick. There was lots of activity taking place, kids from the Academy of St Francis of Assisi doing sports...  more »
  • The park is a lovely places but there nothing much there it needs some money spent on there more for kids to do! More park seats the lakes could be amazing but there left to nothing I lived in the par...  more »
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  • Lovely park great for picnics or a game of footy with the kids. My son loves feeding the swans here
  • Nice park. Childrens playgrounds, ponds and little bit of exercise equipment installed. Nice big grass fields to play ball etc. I'm
  • It's a beautiful park, the grass is well kept, there are plenty of dog bins, children's play parks, a skate park, several large ponds, many used for fishing, a bandstand, a small shop and an outdoor gym setup with a table tennis table. Police are often seen around the park to keep the peace and whilst there can be troublesome spots, these can be avoided by not going to the park late.
  • Lovely park has playgrounds and a bmx bike play area also lovely 2 lakes and lovely gardens and lots of wildlife
  • Great plece u'll love it

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