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Brief description of site

Rudge Hall featured a small park principally south and west of the house in the early-19th century. In 1851 the park was described as 'richly wooded.'

Brief history of site

Rudge Hall is a medieval building rebuilt in the 19th century. By 1827 there was a small park principally south and west of the hall, which by 1883 had been extended eastwards to a chain of ponds. It was by this time doubled in size from its original extents.

Location information:

Address: Rudge Hall, Rudge, Shropshire, WV6 7EA

Locality: Rudge, Shropshire

Local Authorities:

Shropshire; Rudge

Historical County: Shropshire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 138 Grid Ref: SO814978
Latitude: 52.5777 Longitude: -2.27591

Key information:

Form of site: park

Context or principal building: manor house

Site first created: Before 1827

Main period of development: Early 19th century

Survival: Part: standing remains

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