Friday, 9 November 2012


Welcome to the Lyme Park ranger blog!
Situated in Disley, just south of Stockport, Lyme Park sits on the northern fringes of the Peak District and on the eastern edge of the Cheshire plain. This 1,400 acre deer park brings the wild, rugged nature of the uplands to the outskirts of Greater Manchester. 

The estate surrounding the majestic house and gardens  is a structured mosaic of parkland, woodland, pastures, grassland and moorland, and has been in the hands of the National Trust since 1946. Lyme Park has two species of deer; red and fallow.
We’ll use this space to keep you updated with information about events, activities and general ranger related topics at Lyme Park.

If you have any queries regarding the ranger team, Please feel free to post a message or get in touch by emailing me at:

For information about the house and gardens, visit


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