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Brandon Country Park

Brandon Country Park was created in 1820 with extensive parkland, exotic trees and a flint walled garden. Much of the original estate remains today and now includes a visitor centre, tea room, trails and regular events.

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Location information:

Brandon Country Park, Bury Road, Brandon, IP27 0SU
Click here to see this location on Google Maps

Contact details:

Tel: 01284 757088

Copper Beech Tearoom:

Enjoy morning coffee, breakfast, light lunch and afternoon tea in the Copper Beech Tearoom. The Tearoom bakes and makes as much as it can, including vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options.

Copper Beech Tearoom opening times:

April - October: 10am-4.30pm
November - March: 10am-3.30pm

History and wildlife:

Brandon Country Park was originally a country house, created by Edward Bliss, with extensive parkland. Edward made his fortune in the Napoleonic Wars, providing flint to the British army. He and later owners planted hundreds of trees on the estate, including magnificent Giant Redwoods, Monterey Pines and Blue Cedars.

The park is a haven for wildlife. In spring, hundreds of toads breed in the lake. Dragonflies and damselflies dart and skim across the water in the summer sunlight. Autumn is full of magical fungi. Winter is blissfully serene.

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The walled garden, once the vegetable garden for the country house, is full of ornamental plants, herbs and bird feeders. It's the perfect place for a family picnic.

Visit the Brandon Country Park website for more information at

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