CATTON PARK

Catton Park is a beautiful 70 acre country park on the northern outskirts of Norwich and is open for all to enjoy at any time. It has special significance as it was the first commission of Humphry Repton as a landscape gardener.

You can wander through the open wild flower meadow or you can explore the woodland with its many interesting trees and wood sculptures. There are footpaths through the woods and across the park; most of which are accessible by wheelchairs and push-chairs.

The Park is available to hire for events that are sympathetic to its surroundings. For further information and guidance on hiring the Park please contact us at office@cattonpark.com or alternatively telephone us on 01603 423880 and we will be happy to discuss things further with you.

Catton Park Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee.

Catton Park is maintained by Catton Park Trust which is a charity that relies on grants and donations to maintain the area for the benefit of its visitors.

The charity's objectives and principles are:

  • To promote, for the benefit of the public, the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment of Catton Park.
  • To advance the education of the public in the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment of Catton Park.

The Trustees are the members of Old Catton Parish Council
The list of Parish Councillors and their contact details can be found on this page.
Further details (and the annual report) can be found at the Charity Commission
While Trustees may be members of other bodies, Trustees must always act in the best interest of the Trust.

www.cattonpark.com