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Beech Trees and Ferns – Tandle Hill Country Park
Beech trees are Robert’s favourite native trees, they have very supple leaves, usually stand straight and tall and there leaves turn a magnificent Autumn colour.
Tandle Hill Park is renowned for its old beech trees unfortunately some are nearing the end of their expected life. With ongoing careful husbandry the park continue to delight generations to come.
Tandle Hill was formally a hunting park for the Thornham Estate. After passing through a number of different hands Mr. Norris Bradbury bought the park and magnanimously gave Tandle Hill to the people of Royton as thanks for the peace with the end of the first World War. It was designated a country park in 1971.

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