Hall opens to public

Midweek Visiter - - News -

PEO­PLE are be­ing in­vited to learn all about the history be­hind the land­mark Me­ols Hall in Church­town in South­port.

The 12th cen­tury manor house is now open un­til Septem­ber 14, be­tween 1.30pm and 5.30pm.

Set in one hun­dred acres of pri­vate park­land close to the pic­turesque vil­lage of Church­town, this is one of the old­est set­tle­ments on the Lan­cashire coast.

Within the grounds of Me­ols Hall is the Tithe Barn, which pro­vides one of the most beau­ti­ful set­tings for a wed­ding any­where in Eng­land.

A spokesman said: “If you are look­ing for an af­ter­noon out this sum­mer why not visit Me­ols Hall and see the pic­turesque vil­lage of Church­town, with the white­washed cot­tages, an­tique shops and St Cuth­bert’s Church.

“After­wards en­joy a de­li­cious af­ter­noon tea in the var­i­ous restau­rants in Church­town vil­lage. Why not spend time af­ter tea in the Botanic Gar­dens and brows­ing around the shops in Church­town vil­lage.

“If you want a full day out, spend time shop­ping in South­port in the morn­ing and then on to Church­town Vil­lage dur­ing the af­ter­noon.” Ad­mis­sion to Me­ols Hall is £4 adults. Book­ing re­quired for large groups. There is a reg­u­lar lo­cal 49 bus ser­vice from the cen­tre of South­port to Me­ols Hall in Church­town vil­lage.

For more in­for­ma­tion, please con­tact Pam Whe­lan at the Me­ols Hall of­fice on 01704 228326 or fax 01704 507185 or visit the web­site: www.me­ol­shall.com

Me­ols Hall

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