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The knowledge and enthusiasm of the volunteers is obvious and heart-warming. What they have achieved is most impressive. We went on one of the days where they gave extended guided tours. Well worth waiting for. The walled garden is wonderful. Best to arrive early as...More
This is a fantastic day out for people of any age. The work the volunteers are doing here took our breath away. Our guide was extremely knowledgable about the house and it’s history and he was also super friendly. We decided to become ‘friends’ and...More
My friend being a local had visited Copped Hall lots of times...in fact she is now a 'Friend'....and invited me to come along on a tour. Its best to get there between 10am and 11am as these tours are really popular. The tour lasts about...More
We visited on an Open Day and were very impressed with what the volunteers had achieved, one hundred years since the fire (1917) gutted the mansion, 22 years since restoration started properly. They have photos taken from the same positions from 1995 and 2015 -...More
After seeing this place from the M25, we decided to pay a visit on one of their open days. We weren't disappointed.
The volunteer staff and guides give a detailed account of the house and gardens throughout its history and it's current restoration.
Being quite local, we thought we knew most of the history of Copped Hall, the fire etc. and the plans to restore it. We were wrong! The tour last about 3 hours and is utterly fascinating! We had Phil as our guide and there were...More
The 18th-Century mansion was burned to a shell by a fire in 1917. For years after that it stood empty, but in recent years has been partially restored through the efforts of volunteers and the Copped Hall Trust. Visit the website to find out when...More
This Georgian Manor House was destroyed by fire 100 years go and is being carefully restored by a dedicated group of volunteers. Unlike other estates that are beautifully preserved this property gives the visitor a unique inside view of the construction of the building. Although...More