Since 1948 Gatton Park has been the home of the Royal Alexandra & Albert School, a voluntary aided boarding and day school.

Gatton Hall is a mansion in the Palladian Style, situated in the grounds of the Royal Alexandra and Albert School in Gatton Park, affording splendid views over parkland and lakes designed by 'Capability' Brown. Its large state rooms and high quality catering make it an ideal venue for a wide range of corporate functions and private celebrations.

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Gatton Trust. Many organisations associated with Gatton Park have come together to form a strategy for saving the park for the future and opening it up for public and educational use in the widest sense.

The Gatton Trust co-ordinates the restoration, conservation and use of the park working with local organisations, including the National Trust, who own parkland to the West, and local authorities.

Gatton Park has an interesting history including being a 'Rotten Borough' returning two members of Parliament for a period of 300 years.  More information about this part of Gatton Park history can be found here.

Gatton Park is one of the 10 best gardens .... that you have probably never heard of, according to the Guardian.