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Adlington in Cheshire

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Adlington, Cheshire. Adlington Hall. This magnificent old house, part Elizabethan timber-and-plaster and part brick from its restoration and enlargement in 1757, is sited on a pre-Norman hunting lodge built between two giant oak trees, the roots of which still support the east end of the l5th century great hall. For 600 years the house has been in the hands of the Legh family, one of the oldest in Cheshire. Sir Uryan Legh, whose smiling portrait may be seen with others of the family collection, was knighted for his services under the Earl of Essex during the siege of Cadiz in 1596. A ballad of the time records that he captured a Spanish lady while he was there and treated her with such courtesy that she declined to be released and insisted on returning to England with him. How Sir Uryan resolved this difficulty is not known, but the gold chain she gave him as a memento of the encounter is included in the portrait. During the Civil War the Hall was strongly besieged for a fortnight and eventually taken by the Roundheads. leaving scars on the exterior apparent to this day. The older part of the house is beautiful for its black-and-white timbering. The gables and porch, the latter dating from 1581, face a wide courtyard and the open roof is mounted on hammer-beams decorated with angels. The Hall is still partly surrounded by an old moat, the whole structure standing in a fine park with one of Cheshire's noblest chestnut avenues. it is believed that Handel once played the organ which stands in the great hall and composed his Harmonious Blacksmith when a guest at the house. The organ was the work of Bernard Smith, or Schmidt, in 1670. Enlarged in the 18th century, it was put out of action by children about 1800 and restored in the 1950s. Adlington Hall is open to the public.

Adjacent cities/towns/villages: Alderley Edge, Baguley, Birch Vale, Bollington, Bramhall, Bramhall, Bredbury, Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle Hulme, Disley, Furness Vale, Gatley, Handforth, Hazel Grove, Hazel Grove, Heald Green, Heaton Norris, Kerridge, Macclesfield, Marple, Marple, Marple Bridge, Mellor, Northenden, Poynton, Rainow, Ringway, Romiley, Romiley, Stockport, Styal, Taxal, Timperley, Whaley Bridge, Wilmslow, Wythenshawe

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