Exploring Hollinshead Hall and Old Well House at Tockholes


In this video, we walk through Roddlesworth Woods that are located in the towhship of Tockholes, looking for the old ruins of Hoddlesworth Hall and the creepy looking Well House!

The ruins of the ancient manor house was largely rebuilt by John Hollinshead in the 1770s.

In Victorian times, Hollinshead Hall and its estate was sold to Darwen mill owner Eccles Shorrock until it was finally demolished in about 1910 by Liverpool Corporation, which had linked its Rivington and Anglezarke Reservoirs with the smaller Roddlesworth Reservoirs via the waterway known as the Goit.

The Hall’s Well House, reputedly haunted and used as a refreshment stop by pilgrims on the way to Whalley Abbey, remains intact.

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