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The Dorothy Clive Garden

Willoughbridge, Market Drayton TF9 4EU, UK

Botanical Gardens

About The Dorothy Clive Garden

The Dorothy Clive Garden is a charitable garden trust, set up by Colonel Harry Clive as a place of rest and continued horticultural education for the general public. Located in glorious countryside on the North Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire borders, the garden is both formal and informal, hosting a network of paths that invite the visitor to explore and discover the intimacy and tranquility of the garden.



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Apedale Community Country Park10.66km from The Dorothy Clive Garden

.Apedale Community Country Park is a 454-acre country park in the borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. The park offers a varied landscape of woodland, meadows, and pools crossed by many paths and tracks. Overlooking the park is a memorial in the form of a pit wheel dedicated to the mine workers of Staffordshire. This is the newest country park in Staffordshire in what was once a hive of industrial activity.

Apedale Heritage Centre10.89km from The Dorothy Clive Garden

The Apedale Heritage Centre was created at the site of Staffordshire's Apedale Mine and is run by volunteers. It is located just outside the village of Chesterton near Newcastle-under-Lyme in the Apedale Community Country Park.  Attractions include mine tours and a museum which concentrates on the area's history, concentrating on industrial heritage. Opening times are 10:30 to 16:00 daily with the underground tours taking place at weekends and bank holidays.

Apedale Valley Light Railway10.93km from The Dorothy Clive Garden

The Apedale Valley Light Railway was officially opened in September 2010 by the Moseley Railway Trust. The railway normally operates a diesel service on every Saturday during its opening season, and the second weekend of every month is a Steam weekend.

Trentham Monkey Forest11.36km from The Dorothy Clive Garden

This unique attraction lets visitors explore and learn about the lives of these fascinating primates, living just as they would in Morocco or Algeria. Monkey Forest is home to 140 free-ranging Barbary macaques, situated in an ancient Staffordshire forest. Trentham Monkey Forest is the perfect day out for all ages, where you can walk, watch and be amazed as the endangered monkeys live as they would in the wild.

Trentham Estate11.47km from The Dorothy Clive Garden

Trentham Estate, in the village of Trentham, is a visitor attraction located on the southern fringe of the city of Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire. It is home to the award-winning Trentham Gardens featuring The Italian Garden by Tom Stuart-Smith, and the Floral Labyrinth and Rivers of Grass by Piet Oudolf and vast wildflower and woodland meadow plantings by Nigel Dunnet.  At the centre of Trentham Gardens is the mile long, Capability Brown designed, Trentham Lake.

The Brampton Museum12.02km from The Dorothy Clive Garden

Brampton Museum's collection represents over 100 years of collecting. For the main part, the Collection is characterised by local scenes and artists alongside more regionally and nationally known artists. Being cheek by jowl with the Potteries our collection also includes some works by ceramic artists. Highlights include our Victorian Street scene, which allows you to take a step back in time as you discover the wares of Mellard’s the ironmongers, the treasures of the pawnbroker’s shop, the fasc

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Cheshire, a geographic and historic county and former administrative county of northwestern England. The county covers 905 square miles and has a population of around 1 million. It is mostly rural, with a number of small towns and villages supporting the agricultural and other industries which produce Cheshire cheese, salt, chemicals, and silk.