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Visitors welcomed at Morville Hall

Visitors welcomed at Morville Hall
Visitors welcomed at Morville Hall

Morville Hall, situated near Bridgnorth, is a stone built family home of Elizabethan origin. Extensively enlarged and expanded during the mid 18th century, the Hall now exudes striking Georgian charm and character.

Elizabethan features are still visible today, giving visitors a feel for the original house, and how it looked prior to expansion. Stone steps lead down to a beautiful garden where Elizabethan topiary meets the luxury and elegance that typified Georgian style and taste.

Rhiannon Bramer, House Steward said: “It’s such a pleasure to open up Morville for visitors. The property is much loved, both by the family who live there today and local people. It’s a delight to hear stories from past residents and workers who remember their time at Morville with fondness. We’re opening the doors on another six days this year so take up the opportunity to come and see this gem of a property.”

Members of the public are welcome to visit Morville on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June, Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July, and Friday 9 and Saturday 10 September. Opening times are 12 noon – 5.00pm, with last entry at 4.30pm. Refreshments will be available from St Gregory the Great church.

Just a few miles from Morville Hall is Dudmaston, a neighbouring National Trust property. Open from 11.00am, Sunday to Thursday until September, visitors can take a stroll through the Dingle, enjoy the views from the garden or soak up the history and artwork in the Hall.


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