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Ford Green Hall

Ford Green Hall is a Grade II listed farmhouse built in 1624.
To time line this buildings its construction would been during the Stuart reign notable between 1624 – 1625 James I of England dies and his son Charles I becomes monarch.
Built originally as a farmhouse for Hugh Ford, a landed yeoman and his ancestors for the next 200 years. Over time the building was extended and then eventfully converted into 3 dwellings and many tenants.
A man is often seen many times around the hall wearing period costume and carrying a silver topped cane. Could this be the spirit of William Ford who was known to use a similar cane?
A woman has been seen in a bedroom and it seems as though she appears through a brick wall. This wall is not an original feature and seems to be in place of a staircase.
There is also a man who has been seen standing at the top of the attic stairs, he wears a red coat and stands with his hands on his hips.


3 March @ 7:00 pm
4 March @ 12:00 am


Ford Green Hall
375B Ford Green Road
Stoke on Trent, ST6 1NG
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Ford Green Hall£32.00Guests must be aged 18 years and over to attend this event. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. This venue is not suitable for people with mobility issues or walking difficulties
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