Norfolk Park, Sheffield :: Shared Description
A 28 hectare park, originally part of the deer park of Sheffield Manor, and laid out as a public park from 1841 onwards by the Dukes of Norfolk. Since 1909 it has been managed by the City of Sheffield. There are sports facilities and some flower beds but it is mostly open grassland and woodland, covering grid squares SK3686 and SK3685. It has a statutory listing (list entry number 1001302) from which this description has been summarised.
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Created: Mon, 9 Apr 2012, Updated: Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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