Brougham Hall

Brougham Hall

Brougham Hall, Penrith, United Kingdom// Brougham Hall, just a mile south of Penrith, Cumbria, was built in the 14th century and has a fascinating history. Rescued from dereliction in 1985, today it is one of the largest country house restoration projects in England and is home to an array of arts and craft workshops and businesses. You'll find the Hall open from dawn til dusk BUT the workshops open from around 10am, closing around 5pm. Dogs and cyclists are most welcome. Brougham Hall hosts regular events and makes for a perfect location for weddings and private or coporate events. Private tours are available on request. Please contact us if you would like to hire the grounds. The hall and grounds are reportedly haunted by sounds of soldiers battling in the middle night, world war soldiers marching and various people who were employed at the property including a woman called Emily and a boy who died there. Henry Brougham who lived there in the nineteenth century was reported to be highly interested in spirituality and his spirit and that of his brother William are also said to have been felt by visitors. The hall was investigated in the Living TV series Most Haunted where the team supposedly communicated with the spirits of Emily, the boy and Henry Brougham during a seance and moved a heavy table across the room without explanation. UKGhostnights.co.uk hold events here throughout the year. Please come and visit Your support is very much appreciated and, as a registered charity, we rely on donations to maintain our ongoing restoration and upkeep. Please consider making a donation when you visit, or by post or PayPal, now available on our 'Donate' page.www.broughamhall.co.uk

 
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