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Ghost hunt at Scolton Manor Pembrokeshire Wales

Non celeb event

 

 

Date - 27th Sept 2024

Time - 9pm til 1am

Price - £39pp

No deposit option available due to low price


Join us at this new yet very haunted location.

Can not wait to visit here.

From dark fleeting shadows seen to loud footsteps heard walking the dimly lit corridors.

Lets find out together as we investigate this fantastic location.

 

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. *IF EVENT IS FULL AND YOU ADD YOUR NAME TO THE RESERVE LIST..RESERVE LIST ONLY MEANS YOU ARE ON A LIST INCASE ANYONE DROPS OUT..YOU ARE NOT GUARENTEED A PLACE..YOU ARE NOT ON THE EVENT ITSELF BY ADDING YOUR NAME TO THE RESERVE LIST..*

The Haunting Of Scolton Manor Wales 27th Sept 2024

£39.00Price
  • Designed by local architects William and James Owen, Scolton Manor was built in 1840 and occupied from 1842 by the Higgon family. The house replaced a former building owned by the same family which had burned down in the mid-eighteenth century. Prominent amongst Pembrokeshire society, three Higgon family members held the position of High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire, including the last resident, Lt Col John Henry Victor Higgon (1902-1987). It is a country house built in a neo-classical style, with unpainted stucco, with a slated, hipped roofs and flat overhanging eaves.

    Taken over by Pembrokeshire County Council, the grounds have become a country park and the house has been restored. Both are open to the public. Scolton Manor is home to Pembrokeshire's County Museum Service.

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