Medlock Hall 6144

Manchester, England, Greater Manchester

Brief Description

Medlock Hall had a hall and grounds with a park built by David Holt, a Quaker and sewing cotton manufacturer and the founder of Holt Town. The hall was approached from the Bradford Road along a country lane and over a bridge called Quakers Bridge (now Gibson Street). The hall was surrounded by large gardens, with extensive glasshouses and a park. The house is now demolished. Sir William Fairbairn was the last tenant.




  • Lancashire Gardens Trust

  • Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit