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Bradgate Park

Bradgate Park also includes the highly filmable ruins of Bradgate House which was once the home of The Lady Jane Grey who was Queen of England for just 9 days.

Swithiland wood is an attractive and atmospheric area of Ancient Woodland, covering 146 acres and a remnant of the original Charnwood Forest Oak Woods. Designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Swithland Wood is an important habitat for a wide range of plant and animal species.

Bradgate Park is steeped in history from its Norman beginnings as a hunting park to the building of Bradgate House, home of Lady Jane Grey in the early 1500s.

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For all Filming enquiries and to organise a recce' please contact:

Peter Tyldesley, Director,
Bradgate Park Trust,
Estate Office, Bradgate Park,
Newtown Linford,
Leicester LE6 OHE

Tel: 0116 236 2713
Email: land-agent@bradgatepark.org
Web: www.bradgatepark.org

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