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Lowther Park, Uldale, Dent and Sillathwaite

Lowther Park

Lowther Park is situated only 5km east of Egremont just outside the north western boundary of the Lake District National Park. The woodland extends to 342 ha all of which is freehold having been purchased in six separate conveyances between 1928 and 1973. The forest is divided into four areas each with their own name Lowther, Sillathwaite, Uldale and Dent but for simplicity the four are referred to under the one name of Lowther Park. This page provides access to the Forest Design Plan for Lowther Park which is the Forestry Commission's core planning document. This document was reviewed and offered for consultation during spring 2009 and was approved in August 2009.

Whilst this plan is now approved the Forestry Commission is always keen to hear people's comments about its management so by all means please email Gareth Browning if you have any comments.

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England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.