Holywell's Park, Ipswich


Holywell's Park is a public park in Ipswich.  It covers an area of 67 acres.  It is a County Wildlife Site, a Conservation Area with two listed buildings – the Stable Block and Conservatory – and is on the English Heritage Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest. Holywells has been designated a Regionally Important Geodiversity Site (RIGS).

It has a long history dating back to Medieval times. The Cobbold family purchased Pitt's Farm in 1811 for the spring water for their brewery business. It was the Cobbbold's who renamed it Holywell's Park. They later sold it on to the local council.

Shaded area to sit in the park

Twists and turns of the boughs of a tree

Autumn colours

The Lake