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Ghost hunt at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse in Norfolk with Karl Beattie and Stuart Torevell..

 

Date - SATURDAY 29th Feb 2020

Times - 8.30pm til 1.30am

Price - £80pp

Cat Size - A

£30 deposit per person available on this event to confirm your place.

Balance due 4 weeks before

 

Dare you join Most Haunted as they investigate this fantastic location..

 

We have -

THE DUNGEON..THE LAUNDRY..THE SCHOOL ROOM..THE ORCHARD..THE BOARD ROOM..CHERRY TREE COTTAGE AND THE CHAPEL..

 

From ghostly footsteps to people being touched by unseen hands..Loud voices heard when no one else is around and fleeting shadows seen in and around this immense location..What awaits our guests and Most Haunted on this dark winters night..?

Why not find out yourself...

USE THE PAYMENT OPTION TO PAY YOUR DEPOSIT..FULL PAYMENT OR REMAINING BALANCE AFTER YOUR DEPOSIT HAS BEEN PAID..BALANCES ARE DUE 4 WEEKS BEFORE THE EVENT DATE..PRICES ARE ALL PER PERSON.YOU MAY ADD YOURSELF TO THE RESERVE LIST IF THE EVENT IS FULL..THIS DOES NOT GUARENTEE YOU A PLACE..IF A PLACE BECOMES AVAILABLE YOU WILL BE CONTACTED

Gressenhall Farm Norfolk Sat 29th Feb 2020

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  • A History of Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse In 1776 the combined parishes of Mitford and Launditch bought Chapel Farm at Gressenhall to build a ‘house of industry’ for the poor. In 1834 the Poor Law Amendment Act led to the transformation of the house of industry into a workhouse. The aim was to keep costs low by making life for the paupers so unpleasant that people would do everything they could to avoid having to live there. A new system of classification separated men, women and children. Work included breaking stones, pumping water, carting gravel and oakum picking for men and domestic chores in the kitchens, laundry and female wards for women. The only benefits were the health care and education. The workhouse closed in 1948. After a short period of time as a home for the elderly, Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse opened as a museum in 1976.