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#940297 - 7th Apr 2015 6:32pm Poulton Hall Outing?
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I was not sure whether to post this in this forum or History, Mods feel free to move if required.

I read in 'Waiting' magazine that Poulton Hall, near Dibbinsdale opens it's doors to 'private' groups of the public occasionally, upon request.

Read more about Poulton Hall here

http://www.poultonhall.co.uk/TheHall.html

I fired off an email and this is the response:

Thanks for the email. Yes we do tours of the house and outbuildings for groups of 20, usually on a saturday, but other days are also available. We usually begin with a 15 minute family History and then split into 2 groups for the tours, which take just under an hour each, and finish with a cup of tea.

We ask £10 per head which goes to a local educational charity. If this is of interest could you suggest roughly when you would like a tour and I will give you the available dates within the period.

Anybody interested?

1. Rudebox
2. Plusone
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#940333 - 7th Apr 2015 8:19pm Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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This sounds interesting ....Can you put missy and hubby down please .Thanks
He 'grew up ' around the area....

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#940339 - 7th Apr 2015 8:38pm Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
I was not sure whether to post this in this forum or History, Mods feel free to move if required.

I read in 'Waiting' magazine that Poulton Hall, near Dibbinsdale opens it's doors to 'private' groups of the public occasionally, upon request.

Read more about Poulton Hall here

http://www.poultonhall.co.uk/TheHall.html

I fired off an email and this is the response:

Thanks for the email. Yes we do tours of the house and outbuildings for groups of 20, usually on a saturday, but other days are also available. We usually begin with a 15 minute family History and then split into 2 groups for the tours, which take just under an hour each, and finish with a cup of tea.

We ask £10 per head which goes to a local educational charity. If this is of interest could you suggest roughly when you would like a tour and I will give you the available dates within the period.

Anybody interested?

1. Rudebox
2. Plusone
3. Miss Mahjong
4. Charlie (Miss M +1)


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#944040 - 25th Apr 2015 9:03am Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Me & my husband would be interested

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#944228 - 26th Apr 2015 7:06pm Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
I was not sure whether to post this in this forum or History, Mods feel free to move if required.

I read in 'Waiting' magazine that Poulton Hall, near Dibbinsdale opens it's doors to 'private' groups of the public occasionally, upon request.

Read more about Poulton Hall here

http://www.poultonhall.co.uk/TheHall.html

I fired off an email and this is the response:

Thanks for the email. Yes we do tours of the house and outbuildings for groups of 20, usually on a saturday, but other days are also available. We usually begin with a 15 minute family History and then split into 2 groups for the tours, which take just under an hour each, and finish with a cup of tea.

We ask £10 per head which goes to a local educational charity. If this is of interest could you suggest roughly when you would like a tour and I will give you the available dates within the period.

Anybody interested?

1. Rudebox
2. Plusone
3. Miss Mahjong
4. Charlie (Miss M +1)
5. Shedo
6. Shedo(Shedo +1)

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#944272 - 27th Apr 2015 10:26am Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Do you have any dates in mind, or is it weekend only.
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#944285 - 27th Apr 2015 12:35pm Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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At a weekend Mark.
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#944289 - 27th Apr 2015 1:29pm Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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I'd be very interested in coming if it'd be possible to get a lift

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#944334 - 27th Apr 2015 7:43pm Re: Poulton Hall Outing? [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
I was not sure whether to post this in this forum or History, Mods feel free to move if required.

I read in 'Waiting' magazine that Poulton Hall, near Dibbinsdale opens it's doors to 'private' groups of the public occasionally, upon request.

Read more about Poulton Hall here

http://www.poultonhall.co.uk/TheHall.html

I fired off an email and this is the response:

Thanks for the email. Yes we do tours of the house and outbuildings for groups of 20, usually on a saturday, but other days are also available. We usually begin with a 15 minute family History and then split into 2 groups for the tours, which take just under an hour each, and finish with a cup of tea.

We ask £10 per head which goes to a local educational charity. If this is of interest could you suggest roughly when you would like a tour and I will give you the available dates within the period.

Anybody interested?

1. Rudebox
2. Plusone
3. Miss Mahjong
4. Charlie (Miss M +1)
5. Shedo
6. Shedo(Shedo +1)
7. AdamS

(can sort transport if/ when we reach twenty people).

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