Locko Park is a beautiful park situated 10 minutes drive east of Derby. Locko Hall, which is in the park is a Grade II listed building.
The name ‘Locko’ is derived partly from the old French ‘loques’ meaning rags, and in the 13th century there was a hospital for lepers, built by the order of St Lazarus, behind the house you see today.
Locko Hall, situated on the grounds of Locko Park, is a Grade II* listed building which has been restored over the last 50 years. The remarkable parkland was laid out in 1792 by William Emes who landscaped much in the style of Capability Brown.
The fine setting and unique atmosphere of Locko is the perfect venue for any special occasion.