Hubbard’s Hills

An Area of Natural Beauty, directly west of Louth. It is a highly unique glacial overspill channel formed as a result of the last ice age, over 40,000 years ago. Today it is very popular for dog walking and picnics.

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Area of Natural Beauty, a glacial formed water valley

Hubbard's Hills is a free and beautiful green space that has maintained it's rural charm. The naturally formed landscape with a glacial mount water valley running through and mature trees on its sloping sides. Discover idyllic views, ducks, swans and stepping stones across the lake.

The park is dedicated to the memory of Annie Pahud, donated by the trustees of Auguste Alphonse Pahud. It has been opened to the public since 1907 and features an Edwardian pleasure garden, lake and country park. 

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Hubbard’s Hills

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