In a series of ledgers kept by the Chief Steward of the Honour of Clitheroe, there are mentions of repair work at Leagram Park. This tells us that the park was being managed and maintained by the monarchy. The accounts state that the park was enclosed by a fence made of wood, which cost up to two shillings per hundred stakes. The fence was erected on top of a bank created by digging a ditch 1.2m deep and 2.4m wide. This fence and ditch boundary is called the pale.