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Meadowbrook Manor residents discover Lotherton Hall.

Our residents love a trip to beautiful Edwardian hall at Lotherton. The hall is filled with hidden treasures, whilst encountering animals from across the globe at Wildlife World and experiencing the beautiful grounds and gardens.

A grand but comfortable house consists mainly of late Victorian and Edwardian extensions made by Colonel Gascoigne, based around a Regency-period core. Residents can bask in the ambience of this charming country home, that provides a taste of life living as the English upper class in the early 1900s. Residents can also explore the restored servants’ rooms and see the lives of the staff that helped run this house.

The beautiful gardens cover eight acres and include a walled garden filled with rose beds and herbaceous borders featuring scented flowers, creepers and perennials. Part of the Victorian shrubbery was made into a rock garden, complete with winding sunken paths. A tennis court was also added that overlooked the pasture.

If you would like to find out more information about Lotherton Hall take a look at their website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/lotherton/

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