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Tatton Park in Cheshire has outlined plans to improve its facilities in a bid to build on the £34m contribution it makes to the economy every year.
The site, managed by Cheshire East Council, attracts more than 800,000 visitors per annum with its neo-classical mansion, gardens, medieval old hall, working farm, adventure playground, events and stableyard retail and catering.
The authority is planning to press ahead with a £2.3m spend on improvements to Tatton’s visitor arrival and stableyard facilities as part of efforts to bring it up to the standards of other national and international attractions.
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