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From Hoveton & Wroxham Railway Station (HXM), Hoveton 81 min
Train - ABELLIO GREATER ANGLIA
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Catton Park, Norwich
Catton Park, Norwich Catton Park is a Grade 2 listed public park located in the village of Old Catton some 2 miles north of central Norwich. The park covers 70 acres (28 ha) and was landscape gardener Humphry Repton's first commission. Adjacent, but outside the boundary of the present today park are two open spaces; the War Memorial Deer Park 52.6605°N 1.3031°E / 52.6605; 1.3031 at Spixworth Road and the Buttercup Meadow 52.6568°N 1.2999°E / 52.6568; 1.2999 at the junction of Oak Lane and Spixworth Road. Both were historically part of Catton Park and together with Catton Hall form part of the Old Catton conservation area.
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