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Wolterton and Mannington Estate, Norwich

Wolterton and Mannington Estate

Mannington hall
NR11 7BB
Tel: +44(0)1263 584175
Fax: +44(0)1263 761214
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The Hall was built by Thomas Ripley in the 1720's for Horatio Walpole, politician, diplomat and younger brother of Britain's first Prime Minister - Sir Robert Walpole. Other members of the family made alterations in the early 19th century, including adding the wing and enclosing the Park. On the death of the 3" Earl in 1858 the Hall was abandoned and his son moved to Mannington. The property was restored when the Earl moved back in 1905. The present Lord Walpole inherited the property in 1989. Since then there has been a programme of reorganization, conservation and research into the history of the family, Hall and Park using rile extensive and previously neglected archives. The Park contains evidence of the village of Wolterton and its round church tower can still be seen. The18th Century walled garden is now let and run by Barker Organics as a smallholding.

Wolterton and Mannington Estate, Norwich

Historic House, Gardens, Tea Room, Picnic Area, Children, Car Park, Private Group Tours, School Tours Available,

Weddings and Conferences
Wolterton is licensed for wedding ceremonies.

Wolterton and Mannington are beautiful venues, both now popular venues for weddings and receptions and parties.

We specialise in a personal approach and like to consider each wedding individually, pricing each wedding and reception accordingly. We can arrange marquees, caterers, florists and photographers if you wish, or can provide you with their details if you would prefer to make your own arrangements.

We recommend that you visit Mannington and Wolterton prior to deciding which venue you would prefer.

In case of alteration, please check prices, opening times and any specific important information before booking or visiting

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