Sheffield Park is the place to go for a walk in autumn.
Three hundred acres of landscaped garden and four lakes, Sheffield Park was laid out in the nineteenth century by Capability Brown.
And it’s still wonderful today! Just as the trees are turning for the season, you will be treated at every turn of your head to something special.
Fiery reds break up bright greens…
I was particularly pleased with this picture: the love heart shape of the swans!
It’s a beautiful place to go. You must visit as soon as you can! Information on opening times can be found on the National Trust website.