I have a long history with this park. Years ago before it was redeveloped, I used to use it as a training route for running. Quite often then, before there were any amenities or regular visitors, I had to it all to myself. What a setting for a morning or afternoon run.... just me, the paths, the lake the trees and the wildlife. I was spoilt. Today I live in a different county but I do back there for nostalgic visits. How it has changed. A lot of restoration, a visitors centre and car park. a children's play area. And it has been vastly expanded so you can walk or run for miles or on a sunny day have a leisurely picnic by the lake and take lots of pictures. Much has been spent on the park but perhaps more could be made of the temple. There is also a charge now for parking.The café is pleasant and offers outdoor and indoor seating. The toilets are fine and the small museum is interesting. Feed the ducks, watch the elegant swans and just relax. For me of course I now have to share this with hundreds of other visitors. Shame really I liked having it to myself.
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