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Shugborough Estate

         
Stafford Staffordshire England
Description : 

Recently returned to the care of the National Trust, the 900 acre Shugborough Estate in Staffordshire will be open year-round from 21 March 2017.

 


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Wightwick Manor and Gardens

      
Wolverhampton Staffordshire England
Description : 

The haven of a romantic industrialist, Wightwick's timber beams and barley twist chimneys, rich William Morris furnishings and Pre-Raphaelite paintings make it an idyllic time capsule of Victorian nostalgia for medieval England.

 


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Moseley Old Hall

      
Wolverhampton Staffordshire England
Description : 

Built in 1600, Moseley Old Hall is home to an amazing tale; that of a future king fleeing for his life.


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Claymills Victorian Pumping Station

         
Burton on Trent Staffordshire England
Description : 

The Claymills Pumping Engines Trust was incorporated in 1993 as a non-profit-making body to promote and preserve for the benefit of the public the nineteenth century Claymills Pumping Station complex including all buildings, engines and equipment situate at Meadow Lane, Stretton, Burton on Trent.

 


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Chillington Hall

         
Wolverhampton Shropshire England
Description : 

 Chillington Hall is a hidden gem on the Staffordshire/Shropshire borders between the villages of Brewood and Codsall. 


 The enchanting 18th century Georgian house, is a product of two differing Georgian styles. The South side built in 1724 by Francis Smith of Warwick, has rooms of an intimate size contrasted with those built on a far grander scale by Sir John Soane some sixty years later. The Saloon, typical of Soane design, features a soaring ceiling topped by a great lantern with beautiful plasterwork incorporating the family coat of arms and motto.

The parkland, landscaped by Capability Brown, incorporates the magnificent lake and its architectural follies. It is accessed from a drive which runs alongside a manmade canal designed to give the impression of walking along a river bank.

A short walk from the Hall, through the arboretum, you will find the Chillington Model Farm. Its octagonal dovecote forms the centrepiece of an 18th century service courtyard including stables, barns, pig sties and acorn roasting house.
Chillington Hall offers guided tours of this magnificent house and our knowledgeable guides will give you an in-depth history of this family home, its ancestors and contents.
For 2018 more public events are being introduced at Chillington, building on the success of the 2017 events. New events will include: The country house experience days and a Stately Home Car Boot Fair. An extra date has been added to the hugely popular guided Bluebell Walk and a return of the Plant Fair & Open Garden Day after the successful first event last year.

The Hall is also available for private group tours and has been also been used for birthday celebrations, charity events and classical music concerts. Although Chillington Hall is a grand house it retains an intimate charm which makes it an ideal setting for entertaining.

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