Withdean Park :: Shared Description

Covering thirty-eight acres, Withdean Park is one of the most beautiful of Brighton's parks, carefully laid out with ornamental shrubs and flowers. Originally farm land, the park site was acquired by the corporation in July 1933.

The park is famous for its collection of lilacs, the second largest in the world with over 250 types, and has been designated by the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens as the National Reference Collection for the species and cultivars of the genus Syringa (lilacs).
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by Paul Gillett
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TQ2907 : Lilacs in Withdean Park 2012 by Paul Gillett
TQ2907 : Lilacs in Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : Withdean Park view from South East by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : Trees in Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : North east corner of Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : Shrubs & Trees in Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : East End of Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : Tree in Withdean Park by Paul Gillett
TQ2907 : Lilacs in Withdean Park 2011 by Paul Gillett
TQ3007 : Lilacs in Withdean Park by Paul Gillett


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Created: Mon, 23 Nov 2009, Updated: Mon, 23 Nov 2009

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