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NONSUCH LITTLE PARK

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The site of a deer park and royal hunting park enclosed in 1538 for Nonsuch Palace. The park was enclosed in 1538 and involved the clearance of Cuddington village. It covered a maximum area of 414 hectares and was disemparked in 1682. Much of the southern part has been covered by modern housing development. A survey of the park was carried out by RCHME field staff between 1993-95. The survey identified slight earthworks of the possible park boundary.

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