Aerial view of Seighford Hall

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Date:1976 - 1977 (c.)

Description:Seighford Hall is an Elizabethan house to which additions were made over the years, particularly during the Victorian period. A brick tower in the grounds was built to look like a church tower. This was a gamekeeper's cottage and today is known as the Dovecote. The hall is now a private residence.

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Image courtesy of: Mr David Welch

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Source: Miscellaneous Collection

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