Morville Hall is a Grade I Listed Building for details see here
Start of a walk from near Morville Hall (13 photos)
Morville nestles under Aston Rill between Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth on a site continuously occupied since Saxon times. The Norman church replaced a Saxon building mentioned in the Domesday Book. Two women and five horses were killed by lightning as they left the consecration ceremony in 1118.
Standing close by, Morville Hall, a National Trust property, is closely associated with the church, being built in 1546 on the site of, and using stones from, Morville Priory
, which had become derelict during the Reformation. Built as a traditional Elizabethan house, it was extensively altered in the 1750s to its present Georgian style…
Best wishes from Poland
An interesting photo!
I like it.
Best wishes from Poland. Dorota
Nice place and beautiful picture. LIKE,
Best wishes, Michael.
Thank you Michael
Best wishes from England, Peter
Beautiful place and photos
Best wishes from Taiwan,Qianlong
Hi Peter looks the same apart from somebody has eaten all the cows!
Have a Merry Christmas happy snappying,
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Photo taken in Morville, Shropshire WV16, UK