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The Weir Bridge

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  The original bridge was replaced in the 1990's with this single span which was lifted into place by crane.

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A: The Weir River Wall

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NT - The Weir - River Wall  This concrete wall protects the garden from erosion as the river bends ar...

The Weir River Wall

B: The Weir Rockery

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NT - The Weir - Rockery  The maple trees provide a vivid splash of colour to the rockery.

The Weir Rockery

C: The Weir River Wall West End

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NT - The Weir - River Wall  The wall allows a path to have been built along side the river to ensure ...

The Weir River Wall West End

D: The Weir Dome

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NT - The Weir - Dome  The Willow dome was created for the Millennium, and is surrounded by fragrent l...

The Weir Dome

E: The Weir Rockery

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NT - The Weir - Rockery  The rockery made of Cheddar Limestone is fed water from the Hydraulic Ram pu...

The Weir Rockery

F: The Weir Water Meadows Snow

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NT - The Weir - Water Meadow snow  A fine white covering of seeds blowing in on the wind give an impr...

The Weir Water Meadows Snow

G: The Weir Boathouse

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NT - The Weir - Boathouse  The boathouse was built in the 1920 and is one of the few remaining boatho...

The Weir Boathouse

H: The Weir Water Meadow

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NT - The Weir - Water Meadow  The Meadow makes a fine location for Artisits and picnicers (as well as...

The Weir Water Meadow

I: The Weir Roman Water Shrine

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NT - The Weir - Roman Water Shrine  This 8-sided stepped Cistern and tufa channel are the largest rom...

The Weir Roman Water Shrine

J: The Weir Rustic Hut

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NT - The Weir - Rustic Hut  This was built in the 1950's. The structure was constructed from material...

The Weir Rustic Hut

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