Crimble Hall and Park 4397

Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England

Brief Description

A small park occupying about 9 hectares. The parkland remains as open space, but has a shelter belt of trees around the corner of the park to the south west and south east.

Features
  • House (featured building)
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Belt
Access & Directions

Directions

South-west of Rochdale, north of the A58.
Authorities

Electoral Ward

  • North Heywood
History

Detailed History

Crimble Hall was built in 1810 by John Fenton, a prosperous industrialist. After passing through the family and other hands during the 19th century, the house was bought in 1913 by one Colonel Hartley, who restored the house in 1919. Crimble Hall is now (2006) a restaurant.
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