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A momument of stone, nothing to see really

I've read some comments on here about nothing else being local so old (600 yrs) , but smithills... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2018
It is what it says

One of our local ancient monuments along with the village church and tithe barn. The interior is... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2018
Manchester, England
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15 Aug 2018
“A momument of stone, nothing to see really”
29 Jan 2018
“It is what it says”
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Sandford Street, Radcliffe, Bury, England
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Reviewed 15 August 2018

I've read some comments on here about nothing else being local so old (600 yrs) , but smithills hall in Bolton goes back to 1200s( 800yrs) and isn't that far away.

2  Thank IanUpton
Reviewed 23 July 2018

Not really much to see or do. The tower is fence of with rails so You can not even look inside what there is off it.I note the historic value but that is about all.Viewed in five mins

1  Thank Andy_Feeley
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

I have lived near here all of my life and really appreciate this building. So much history runs through this area. I have also heard noises of horses whilst out at night... very haunted stories like they grey lady and the black dog are well...More

1  Thank Lillybobs88
Reviewed 30 January 2018 via mobile

One of our local ancient monuments along with the village church and tithe barn. The interior is not accessible to the public, except on special open days. There is an interesting history trail which takes you through the adjoining churchyard and park. Some interesting finds...More

Thank yollom
Reviewed 5 November 2017

Visited this often when lived in Radcliffe. It is nice that they have tried to preserve what is left of the ruin.

1  Thank john m
Reviewed 14 October 2017

Not much to say but cerainly of great signifcance to the local area history. Nothing else even close to this age ( 600yrs) in the area.

Thank Frank W
Reviewed 12 June 2017

This is the only surviving part of a manor house in Radcliffe. It's a grade 1 listed building and a Scheduled Monument. It was a Pele tower and probably built around 1350-1400. It fell into disrepair until 1988 when the Bury Council took ownership and...More

3  Thank trinjboro
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