Ghost hunt at Kelham Hall nr Newark Nottinghamshire
EXCLUSIVE TO MOST HAUNTED EXPERIENCE
With Yvette Fielding..Karl Beattie and Stuart Torevell
( Cat A location.. See choosing the perfect event for me page )
Date - 15th Feb 2019
Times - 9pm til 2am
Price - £79pp
Celebs will be leaving at 1am
From the 1st June 2018 Most Haunted Experience have EXCLUSIVE ACCESS to this huge location..
From dark foreboding cellars to grand state rooms and 2 floors of derelict rooms this location has it all..
With many ghost stories to match..
Loud footsteps and voices heard when no on is around..Dark fleeting shadow figures seen around the rooms and corridors..People touched by unseen hands as they go about their daily jobs..
Who haunts Kelham Hall ?
This location is immense and extremley terrifying..
A place where if terror falls upon you can send you running into a maze of rooms and corridors..An easy location to become disorinentated and scared...
Join Tvs Most Haunted at this fantastic location..
Dare you enter in the dead of the night ?
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Kelham Hall Nottinghamshire 15th Feb 2019
A rich history as the ancestral home of the Manners-Sutton family, along with its use as a theological college for an Anglican Order of Monks, and the distinct design features of renowned architect Sir George Gilbert Scott make Kelham Hall a fascinating place to discover.
The present Kelham Hall is the third building to have stood on the site with two former halls having been damaged significantly by fire (one in the early eighteenth century and a second in 1857). All three halls were built for the Manners Sutton family, whose links with Kelham and Averham date back to the 12th century.
Between 1903 and 1974 Kelham Hall was used as a training college by the Society of the Sacred Mission in preparation for missionary work. The hall and grounds however were requisitioned by the army during the two world wars although these were the only interruptions. The most significant legacy left by the monks is the incredible domed chapel, which today is a year-round venue for weddings and events and an exquisite addition to the property. There are other traces of the monks’ presence visible today, including their graveyard at St. Wilfred’s church on the estate.
More history on the link http://www.nottshistory.org.uk/Jacks1881/kelham.htm