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Amazing pictures of Oakwell at night.
Read more: Oakwell in a new light
Following many months of detailed research, the Friends and staff of Oakwell Hall restored the gardens to the condition they would have been seen in around 1690 and HRH Prince Andrew came along to visit.
Read more: Garden Restoration
Spring and the gardens are filling with colour. Daffodils and narcissi spread sunshine through the gardens and arboretum.
Read more: Spring Gardens
Visit Oakwell Hall Country Park and the odds are you will see some young person astride the beautiful carved stone ram either posing for the family album or just for fun.
Read more: The Mystery Ram
Enjoy our gallery of aerial views of Oakwell Hall, taken in 2008.
Read more: Aerial Views of Oakwell
Why not have a wander around our lovely park? The Nature Trail follows a figure of eight route and is just under two miles long.
Read more: Nature Trail
The aim of the faith garden is to provide 'a special place' which can be used for quiet reflection and as an outdoor classroom.
Read more: The Faith Garden
Built in a partnership with the Biffaward scheme, Kirklees Council and BTCV the "Wild about Water" scheme represents a major addition to Oakwell Hall Country Park's facilities.
Read more: Wild About Water
Oakwell Hall Country Park's public sculpture, called 'Fiddlehead and Fernblades', was officially launched on Sunday, October 19 2008.
Read more: Fiddlehead and Fernblades
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