Rothley Lakes


Rothley Lakes were created in the late 1760s as part of Sir Walter Blackett’s pleasure ground on the Wallington estate. Originally the site also included a folly castle, a fort and a deer park. Lancelot "Capability" Brown drew the designs for Rothley Low Lake.[1]

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Rothley Lakes

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Rothley Lake (west)

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Rothley Lake East

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Rothley Lake East

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Rothley Lake (East)

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Rothley lake, a hidden gem
- "...A little known highlight on the estate are Rothley Lakes, which were created in the late 1760s as part of Sir Walter Blackett’s pleasure ground. Originally the site also ...

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Wallington
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Wallington
- Overview About Wallington Map Street View   Wallington is a country house and gardens located about 12 miles (19 km) west of Morpeth, Northumberland, England, near the village of Cambo. It ...
Walter Blackett (1707 - 1777)
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Walter Blackett (1707 - 1777)
- Overview About Sir Walter Calverley-Blackett Sir Walter Calverley-Blackett was an aristocrat and politician who was a Member of Pariament for Newcastle, and 5 times Mayor of Newcastle. Nicknamed "King of ...

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