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Calderstones, Liverpool by J. L. Forde-Johnston

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Published by Liverpool U.P. in Liverpool .
Written in English

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Reprinted from Barclodiad y Gweres by T. G. E. Powell and G. E. Daniel.

Other titlesBarclodiad y Gawres.
Statementby J. L. Forde-Johnston.
ContributionsPowell, T. G. E., Daniel, G. E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17956911M

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The Mansion House sits at the heart of Calderstones Park in South Liverpool. Having been closed to the public since the early s, the Mansion House was beginning to decay when The Reader won a public tender for its lease and began to raise funds for a restoration. Calderstones Park is situated in the Allerton area of the city and from until the stones that gave the park its name were situated in a circular arrangement on a site at the junction of Calderstones Road and Menlove Avenue. It is believed that the stones belonged to a burial chamber that was covered by a large mound of earth and that they were used as a tomb around years ago. The 1,year-old Allerton Oak in Calderstones Park, Liverpool has been voted England's 'tree of the year' Sprawling tree received more than 34 per cent of votes cast in the Woodland.   Tracing the legends, myths, and explosive history of Liverpool's 1,year-old Allerton Oak, shortlisted for the Woodland Trust's Tree of the Year.