As part of the Heritage Open Days festival, The Landmark Trust will be opening the doors of historic Calverley Old Hall to the public on 11 and 12 September 2021.
This is a great opportunity to learn about the upcoming plans to turn parts of the building into a 10-person holiday let with community room and see inside a building with rich history.
Calverley Old Hall dates back to the 14th century and was home to the Calverley family. It has a gruesome history as in 1605 Walter Calverley killed two of his children and stabbed his wife, who survived. He was later pressed to death in York Castle.
Entry to the house is free but does need to be pre-booked via the following link.
Landmark Trust will also be holding outdoor activities throughout the weekend that do not require any pre-booking.