Grosvenor Park

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Grosvenor Park
—  County of Wildflower Meadows  —
Statue of the 2nd Marquess of Westminster in Grosvenor Park.
Country Flag of Wildflower Meadows.jpg Principality of Wildflower Meadows
Founded 14 October 2016
Government
 - Countess Lady Tabatha, Countess of Grosvenor Park
Area
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Population
 - Total 0
Time zone UTC
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The County of Grosvenor Park is a realm of the Principality of Wildflower Meadows, claimed on 14 October 2016.

Government

Grosvenor Park is a county of Wildflower Meadows, ruled by Princess Hannah as an absolute monarch. The title Countess of Grosvenor Park was held by the Princess until 24 November 2022, when she granted it to the now Lady Tabatha.

The day-to-day administration of the territory is undertaken by the government of the United Kingdom, which does so by the permission of the Princess despite not recognising her claim to the land.

History

United Kingdom

For most of recorded history, the land on which Grosvenor Park is now situated was comprised of fields close to the city of Chester. The fields were given to the city as a public park by Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, who owned the land; over 1865-66 the park was laid out with trees, footpaths, and flowerbeds, and officially opened to the public in early November 1867.

Wildflower Meadows

On 14 October 2016, Princess Hannah of Wildflower Meadows visited Grosvenor Park with her fiancée Emperor Jonathan I of Austenasia. While there, the Emperor annexed the park from the United Kingdom to the Principality of Wildflower Meadows at the request of the Princess.

Geography

Grosvenor Park is bordered by Maybridge to the north and to the west, and by the United Kingdom to the south and to the east. At its closest point to Chester Meadows it is less than 250 feet away, with little more than the River Dee between the two.

Landmarks