Another visit to Lyme Park is featured on this page, all photos were taken on the morning of Saturday 16th October. The park is located in Disley, Stockport, Cheshire and is signposted from the A6 road that runs from Stockport towards Buxton. For a map of the area click here. The weather was dry and bright at first with rain arriving in the afternoon, the temperature was approximately 13˚C. Dogs are not permitted in the house or gardens but are welcome in the park.
|The Old Boiler House and Engine House situated by the Mill Pond are shown in the photo on the left. The gardens at Lyme are full of colour with the leaves turning from the greens of summer to the yellows and reds of autumn.|
|Centre photo shows the magnificent south face of Lyme Hall reflected in the lake with dark rain clouds approaching and the last of the days sun shining on the hall.|
|More autumn colours in the 17 acres of garden and the Edwardian rose garden are featured above.|
|The Adlington Dancers were performing in the courtyard, there were also drama performances in the hall itself by the NW History team, giving visitors a taste of life in a English stately home.|