Waddington Hall 5474

Waddington, England, Lancashire, Ribble Valley

Brief Description

Features of Waddington Hall include a formal garden, a garden terrace, fountain and yew hedges.

History

Waddington Hall was established in the late-14th century.

Detailed Description

To the front of Waddington Hall there are large yews and to the rear, there is a formal garden terrace. In this garden terrace there is a fountain and a path which leads to a formal garden. In the formal garden there are yew hedges, a rose garden and a sun dial. There are also remains of a kitchen garden.
Features
  • Rose Garden
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  • Hedge
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  • Ornamental Fountain
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  • Garden Terrace
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  • Sundial
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  • Kitchen Garden
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Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Waddington
History

Detailed History

Waddington Hall was built in the late-14th century. It is reported that Henry VI sheltered at Waddington Hall in the mid-15th century.