Who owns Lytham Hall Lancashire?

Who owns Lytham Hall Lancashire?

Lytham Town Trust
In the 1960s Lytham Hall was sold to Guardian Royal Exchange Assurance and remained in their ownership until 1997, when it was bought by Lytham Town Trust, a charitable organisation. The Town Trust agreed a 99 year lease with Heritage Trust for the North West in 2000.

Is Lytham Hall english Heritage?

Lytham Hall isn’t National Trust or English Heritage owned.

How big is Lytham Hall?

78 acres
Lytham Hall is an 18th-century Georgian country house in Lytham, Lancashire, 1 mile (1.6 km) from the centre of the town, in 78 acres (32 ha) of wooded parkland….

Lytham Hall
Built 1757–1764
Architect John Carr
Architectural style(s) Palladian style
Governing body Heritage Trust for the North West

How long is the drive at Lytham Hall?

The Hall itself is at the end of a 3/4 mile long driveway with bench seating provided along the drive.

Where does Lytham take place?

Lytham Festival has grown from a one-night-only community Proms-style concert to a spectacular five-day live music event which now attracts well in excess of 70,000 people each summer. Staged on the banks of Lancashire’s stunning Ribble Estuary, the festival was the brainchild of friends Daniel Cuffe and Peter Taylor.

Will Lytham Festival 2021 go ahead?

“Lytham Festival 2021 is not able to go ahead and is postponed to 2022.