Ward Jackson Park, Hartlepool


Park in Hartlepool named after Ralph Ward Jackson (1806 - 1880), who founded West Hartlepool in the 19th century. The park includes a children's playground, lake, and cafe, as well as open green spaces. It also has a number of Grade II listed buildings: park keeper's lodge (1883),  bandstand (1901), clock tower (1921), fountain (1902), and South African war Memorial (1905).

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The Lake, Ward Jackson Park

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Seating in Ward Jackson Park Hartlepool

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The lake in Ward Jackson Park

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Entrance gates, Ward Jackson Park

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Ward Jackson Park Pond

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Cafe at Ward Jackson Park Hartlepool

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Lake in Ward Jackson Park

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Play area in Ward Jackson Park Hartlepool

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Entrance to Ward Jackson Park

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Path in Ward Jackson Park

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Ward Jackson Park Pond.

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