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Fell Foot Park

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Phone  +44 15395 31273
Fell Foot Park
Address  Newby Bridge, Windermere LA12 8NN, UK
Hours  Open today · 8AM–7PMFriday8AM–7PMSaturday8AM–7PMSunday8AM–7PMMonday8AM–7PMTuesday8AM–7PMWednesday8AM–7PMThursday8AM–7PM
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Fell Foot Park is a country park, formerly the grounds of a Victorian house, situated beside Windermere, a lake in Cumbria, England, and in the ownership of the National Trust. It is in the civil parish of Staveley-in-Cartmel in South Lakeland district.

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The estate was owned by Jeremiah Dixon, mayor of Leeds in 1784, who sold it in 1859 to Colonel G.J.M. Ridehalgh (1835-1892), a director of the North Lonsdale Iron and Steel Company, colonel of the 2nd Westmorland Volunteer Battalion Border Regiment and one of the founder members of the Royal Windermere Yacht Club. The house was demolished in 1907 to build a larger replacement, but the project was abandoned when the then owner died. The estate was given to the National Trust in 1948.

The manager's house (originally built as a gas works), several boathouses including one converted to a cafeteria, and a workshop and dock are Grade II listed buildings. They were constructed for Col. G.J.M. Ridehalgh.

The park's buildings were flooded during the 2015–16 Great Britain and Ireland floods.

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Fell Foot Park Wikipedia


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