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GALLERY: The hidden secrets of the grand and historic Kelham Hall are revealed


By Rachel Armitage


Hidden secrets of one of the Newark area’s grandest historic buildings have been revealed.

The owner of Kelham Hall, Jonathan Pass, architects Guy Taylor Associates and the Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust, joined forces to offer people the chance to hear stories and hidden secrets that have been unearthed during work to turn Kelham Hall into a luxury 103-bedroom hotel, complete with a spa and restaurant.

The hall was built in 1863 as a county house for the Manners-Sutton family and was designed by renowned architect Sir George Gilbert Scott and incorporated the only surviving wing of an earlier hall — the Salvin wing.

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