Gardeners House, also known as Gardeners Cottage, stands on the site of the ancient homestead of the Ogden family who had occupied the plot for several generations.

The building was constructed in the Gothic style built of red brick. In connection with this house was the propogating house and other necessary buildings.

Finished in time for the Park Opening in 1865 it was listed as a lodge for the residence of the Park Keepers. It is now in use as as the Park Office.

Photograph taken 10 Sep 2007.

Gardeners House built in the Gothic Style of red brick is now in use as the Park Office.

Photograph taken 10 Sep 2007.

Gardeners House again showing proximity to the Conservatory.

Postcard by J. W. Astin, Oldham.
Posted 6 Jul 1904 to Miss P Taylor in Middlesborough.

Message reads, Dear Phillis.
You will think I have forgotten you just a few lines to let you know I am getting my holidays on the 16 of this month so no more until I see you
with love from.

Postcard by Unknown Publisher.
Number 6.
Posted 21 Aug 1941 to Miss A Lees in Bare Morcambe.

Message reads, Dear Amy
Glad to know you are having a good time.
We went to our Eva's yesterday, as you will see by the card.
Best Love Ma & May

Postcard by Allen & Sons, Oldham.
Number 4376 B.
Posted 24 Jan 1908 to Mr A Fletcher in Oldham.

Message reads, Dear A & N
Shall expect you on Sunday at four oclock, hoping you are all well.
I remain your loving niece

Postcard by Raphael Tuck & Sons.
"Town & City", number 2179.
Posted 17 Sep 1906 to Mr C Bowen in Braenavon. Mon.

Message reads, Dear Friend
Received your P.C. It is our Harvest Festival To-Morrow Sun, and fruit banquet on monday.
We go round here on Sunday night, we cannot go on the front in Oldham. My sister has gone to Blackpool this weekend
From Rhoda..

Postcard by Allen & Sons, Oldham.
Number 4376 B.
Posted 15 Jan 1909 to Miss M Reece in Royton.

Message reads, Dear Friend
I will bring your cloak on Saturday after tea if you are not going out
Your loving friend

Postcard by Unknown Publisher
Posted 4 Sep 1908 to Mr & Mrs W Guest in Douglas IOM.

Message reads, Dear Walter & Maud
Thanks very much for P.C. I hope you are having a good time over there, as we are having here (I don't think).
Oldham seems lost this week, there are so few people here.
Yours Harry Bowden

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