Kirkleatham Walks - Today at One
By Rob Nichols
Sunday 24 Nov 2013 11:14:00
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Guided walk around the historic buildings of Kirkleatham this afternoon at 1pm taking in the architecture, heritage and history of this scenic village. Stewart Ramsdale of the Tees Heritage Trust will guide us round the Listed buildings of this Conservation Area. You will probably be surprised at just how many listed buildings there are for a village and also of the importance of many of the structures.

Most of us will be aware Kirkleatham Museum and the Owl Sanctuary. Today is a chance a little more about the unique collection of historic Grade I and Grade II* listed buildings in what was once the estate village of Sir William Turner, Lord Mayor of London. The 17th century alms houses, the Georgian family mausoleum and of course the 18th century Old Hall Museum are some of the gems in this village near Redcar.

There are guided tours on Sundays throughout the winter, one a month and they are one and a half hours long and totally free. Meeting place is the door of Kirkleatham Museum. There is free parking in the museum car park and refreshments available in the cafe.

Kirleatham Museum

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