Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust is a registered charity set up in 1996 to manage Sefton Park Palm House. Prior to that a committee worked closely with Liverpool City Council to bring together the final stages of the restoration campaign and to set up the Trust.
Sefton Park Palm House. A focal point in Sefton Park, so much to see, so much to come and enjoy or have it all to yourself for a wedding or a party.
Sefton Park Palm House, official website. Sefton Park's Peter Pan statue, National Museums Liverpool. "Sefton Park and the Evolution of Urban Park Design in Britain", Royden History.
1. history of sefton park and the palm house. 1.1 Introduction. Sefton Park is the only Paris-style park found in England. It is one of the country's largest nineteenth century public parks and the main fabric of the design has survived intact.
It is managed by Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust and contains plants from around the world. Statues of naturalists and explorers stand guard at each of the octagional corners.
Explore Sefton Park Palm House in pictures, with history & maps as well as images to buy for prints from PicturesOfEngland.com.
www.palmhouse.org.uk. Supporting Sefton Park Palm House. Becoming a friend A great way to support Sefton Park Palm House and keep in touch with a quarterly newsletter for only £15 pa (£10 conc).
Sefton Park Palm House is an octagonal, 3 tiered, Grade II* listed Victorian glasshouse displaying plants from around the world. Open to the public 7 days a week with varied events programme for all the family.
The Friends of Sefton Park Palm House is a formal, charitable organisation which is eager to publicise its existence, win sponsorship and attract donations. The secretary, Jane Baxter, can be contacted at The Old Police Station, Lark Lane, Liverpool, L17 8UU.
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