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Brimstage Hall and village

created by heatherb

Brimstage Hall, Wirral is a fabulous standing example of a medieval tower house with extant staircase and garderobe chambers.  It has an idealic village setting; a village later developed by Viscount Lord Leverhulme at the beginning of the early 20th century.  Yet the Hall's history is mysterious especially the undercroft which may have served the occupying family as an oratory in the 14th century.  Of course, we have the usual ghost stories but we would love to increase our knowledge of this building and perhaps find out more about alleged archaeological excavations in the 1950's of which there is, surprisingly no surviving documentation!

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