Dunorlan Park is a recreation center and grounds in Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK. The Friends of financing Dunorlan Park began as a casual protection bunch in the 1990s, when indications of disregard and under investment were appeared by numerous highlights in the recreation center. After gatherings with the Tunbridge Wells Council about rebuilding activities, an underlying application for lottery, under the Urban Parks Program was made. The accomplishment of the application was likely helped by the English Heritage posting Dunorlan on its National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
After the revelation of the chalybeate spring in the zone currently known as The Pantiles in 1606, numerous neighborhood landowners endeavored to set up opponent springs without anyone else arrive. One such spring was arranged at the then Burnthouse cultivate can even now be seen in Dunorlan Park today. The main surviving piece of Dunorlan House is the porch which prompts its passage. The stream was dammed twice to frame a lake, and in this way the lake. The lake at that point streams over a course into the Victorian water garden and lake before achieving the wellspring. Extended repairs to the primary dam required the lake to be brought down, attracting consideration regarding the overwhelming silting and the disappointment of the stream bolstering the water framework.