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(SOLD OUT) Borwick Hall Ghost Hunt - Optional Sleepover - Lancashire

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(SOLD OUT) Borwick Hall Ghost Hunt - Optional Sleepover - Lancashire
(SOLD OUT) Borwick Hall Ghost Hunt - Optional Sleepover - Lancashire

Time & Location

08 Oct 2022, 20:00 BST – 09 Oct 2022, 02:00 BST

Borwick, Borwick, Carnforth LA6 1JR, UK

About the event

HISTORY OF BORWICK HALL

Borwick Hall is a 16th Century manor house. The manor of Borwick is mentioned in the Domesday Book as being part of the estates of Roger of Poitou but the oldest parts of the building still in existence date from the 14th century when a pele tower was built on the site. It was bought c. 1590 by Roger Bindlosse. After the Second World War during which the hall was used as a military base, the estate was sold to Lancashire Youth Clubs Association  and later passed into the ownership of Lancashire County Council. The Hall was used for exterior shots for the children's TV programme The Ghosts of Motley Hall which ran on Granada TV from 1976 to 1978. The Hall stood in for the  fictional Motley Hall, built in 1577, home to the Uproar family over the  centuries, but now home to a group of ghosts from different eras.

GHOSTS OF THE HALL

The oldest and most beautiful part of Borwick Hall is the central pele  tower, which dates from the 14th century.  The White Lady who haunts the  tower is young and pretty but looks sad and distracted.  Perhaps she is  searching for a way out of the tower, where she was imprisoned by her  father when she refused to marry the man he had chosen to be her  husband.  Her name is commonly thought to be Elizabeth Whittington,  daughter of Thomas – although the only Thomas Whittington connected to  the Hall had no daughter of that name.   Whatever her name, the story  goes on to tell how she stubbornly refused to agree to her father’s  demands to marry a man she did not love and as her father refused to  release her from the tower until she agreed, she starved to death.

The Scottish soldier Charlie MacDougal is believed to have died in the  grounds in 1745 following the infighting between the Scots returning  from England with Bonnie Prince Charlie.

OPTIONAL SLEEPOVER

At no extra cost, you are welcome to stay the night. All bedding is provided but bring an extra pillow as it is one per bed. Check out is at 2pm 9th October. Please let us know if you plan to take this option as we can allow you into the building from 6pm.

EVENT INCLUDES

⚫ Complimentary tea and coffee.

⚫ Complimentary light snacks.

⚫ Access all areas.

⚫ Full use of equipment - ouija boads, k2s, emf meters, etc..

⚫ Access to mediums and the chance to experience automatic writing.

PARKING

There is free parking onsite.

PLEASE NOTE:

Before booking onto this event  please read our Terms and Conditions.  We  cannot offer refunds and all  ticket sales are non-transferable.

NO UNDER 18's AND ANYONE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS WILL  NOT BE PERMITTED INTO THE EVENT.

This location is unsuitable for people with mobility issues and heavily  pregnant women.

Tickets

  • Borwick Hall Ghost Hunt

    £50.00

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£0.00

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