Stockeld Park

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Stockeld Park House is a beautiful Georgian Mansion set in a magnificent Yorkshire parkland designed in 1763 by the celebrated architect, James Paine, who also designed Nostell Priory and the stables and famous bridge at Chatsworth. It was originally built for Sir William Middleton but family tragedy and scandalous, costly divorce meant the estate was sold to Robert John Foster, the great grandfather of the present owner, in 1875.

Offer: An extra 10% off the online price of Summer Adventure Day Passes for myLifePool members!

Location: Stockeld Park, The Adventure Park, Wetherby, Yorkshire, LS22 4AN

How to use: Just enter the code at the online checkout: MYLIFEPOOL10

Terms: Cannot be refunded or exchanged for monetary value or any other item. Enter code online at checkout to apply discount. Code is for use on Summer Adventure day pass bookings only. Includes dates with special events during the Summer Adventure season. Day pass is required for anyone aged 2 and above. Code expires 2nd September 2019.
Offer will be updated for the winter season.

Website: www.stockeldpark.co.uk