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Gladstone Park - a Garden History

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The history of the gardens at Dollis Hill House in Gladstone Park. Antonia Couling.

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Landscape designer Antonia Couling looks at the gardens at Dollis Hill House in Gladstone Park from the point of view of garden and landscape history. The park came into existence in 1900, when the District Council bought the land from the Finch family and the District Council Surveyor Oliver Claude Robson planned it out, making the best of its “original and natural beauty”.

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Willesden Local History Society covers Cricklewood, Harlesden, Kensal Rise, Kilburn, Neasden, Stonebridge, Park Royal and Willesden.

The WLHS was formed in 1974 by local enthusiasts who were interested in the history of the old Borough. The founder members had two main objectives: to ensure that the two thousand years of Willesden's history was not lost when the then new administrative Borough of Brent was born, and to seek out and record historical facts, because a community's future health is enhanced by a good knowledge of its past.

Now, the Society has members of all types, active researchers, family historians, authors, photographers, and some who just enjoy the lectures and fellowship at the meetings. All are welcome.

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