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    Been meaning to go here for a while as it's only 15 minutes away. The plan was to go early doors but it didn't happen as I slept in so I set off 10.00 in the morning.
    I parked on the western side and walked through 2 woods and entered from the back of the hall.
    My plan was not to enter just take front and back pic's.
    I also had to walk across 2 fields but on the way never seen a soul
    Even passing what looked like a rear entrance gate house.
    Once over the wall I just took pic after pic.
    On approaching I set the sensors off which I thought was funny when it started saying we've got your pics and your trespassing.
    Then the music started and that was even funnier. So I thought what the he'll if they catch me they can only kick me out so I went around the front where there was a few old cars and bikes parked to make it look like some one was there. The give away was the fact they had flat tyres and not been moved for a while.
    The only sign of life was behind the chapel where someone has been cutting logs.




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    Never mind the the Hall - images are great by the way, I want to know how you managed to get my Cocker bitch Poppy, into your pics? Always found my cockers, I have a dog and a bitch at the moment, but have always had two or three at my side for the last 50 years, can be very useful when wandering around land with dire warnings about 'keeping out' etc. On the command 'Heel Back', they will walk behind me at a distance of approx 10 foot and if I stop, they will immediately stand still. Thus if challenged, I can say 'just looking for the dogs', and look a bit daft! Actually more of a game with the grand children now, it did actually stop one of the more vociferous landowners I came across in mid-sentence, much to his eventual amusement. We have become very good friends since the incident, and it has given us access to some fantastic woodland walks.

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    Great photos couldn't you not get inside.
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    My cocker go's Everywere with Mr. My plan this morning was to just go and have a look from afar to suss the place out. So at 1st I just went into the grounds to get some forks of the yew trees for making catapults. I was there for a good hour so thought I'd just walk around it to see where I could get in hence taking the dog.
    I'll be going back to see if I can get in


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    Quote Originally Posted by joe roberts View Post
    My cocker go's Everywere with Mr. My plan this morning was to just go and have a look from afar to suss the place out. So at 1st I just went into the grounds to get some forks of the yew trees for making catapults. I was there for a good hour so thought I'd just walk around it to see where I could get in hence taking the dog.
    I'll be going back to see if I can get in


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    Good stuff but stick some spaces between the images please!

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    Ok mate I'm going the asylum Thursday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe roberts View Post
    Ok mate I'm going the asylum Thursday.

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    Just testing with gaps. Cheers for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe roberts View Post
    Ok mate I'm going the asylum Thursday.

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    What asylum is that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavino View Post
    What asylum is that.
    Denbigh. But I've heard local today that there's been a fire there today.

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