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Billy

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Oldfallings Hall

Early Notes
An attractive and Historical COUNTRY MANSION formerley the residence of the Gough family built about the reign of Charles I; with facade and staircase added about the reign of Queen Anne.The gardens enlarged and improved by the present owner (SIR RICHARD PAGET, BART,)
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The house is approached from Oldfallings lane by two carriage drives with one entrance Lodge a total of 11 acres 1 rood 9 and a quarter perches.

In 1916 the hall was offered for sale by the Paget family, and was finally sold in 1925 and became St Chad’s College a Catholic boys school until 1977, when its status changed to a mixed comprehensive school.

Below the old cellar head.