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Self-supporting co-operative village at Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire

W. Konrad Smigielski

Self-supporting co-operative village at Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire

by W. Konrad Smigielski

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Published by Building and Social Housing Foundation in [Coalville] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Nottinghamshire
    • Subjects:
    • Rural development -- England -- Nottinghamshire -- Case studies.,
    • Energy policy -- England -- Nottinghamshire -- Case studies.,
    • Cooperative societies -- England -- Nottinghamshire -- Case studies.,
    • City planning -- England -- Nottinghamshire -- Case studies.,
    • Autarchy -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Konrad Smigielski.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN398.N63 S57
      The Physical Object
      Pagination71 p. :
      Number of Pages71
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4297168M
      LC Control Number78325445

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Stanford Hall, Lutterworth is a Grade 1 listed Country House, set in acres of surrounding parkland in the heart of Leicestershire countryside with the river Avon flowing through the grounds.

The house with its beautiful ballroom, formal drawing rooms, billiards room and fifteen luxury bedrooms was built in as the “perfect William and. Welcome to Sampford Peverell's Village Hall, a facility in which to meet and socialise, exercise and learn, to be entertained and to party.

Please use the index on the left of this page to learn more. We now have FREE WiFi Numerous events are held regularly: at present there are about 45 regular meetings each month, and around 11 occasional events. Brief history of Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire.

Stanford Hall in Stanford on Soar near Loughborough is a large 18th century, grade II listed country house in the UK. Since being used as a private residence the house has had a couple of different uses which have unfortunately removed a.

Sir Julien Kahn at Stanford Hall and a View from the Co-operative College by David Lazell. One of Heart of Albion's earliest booklets, first published inis now available as a free PDF. When this booklet was first published in Stanford Hall was still in use as the International Co-operative College.

Village Halls. Stanford's village hall was opened by Pam Ayres, writer of popular humorous verse and a native of this village, on 9 July When part of the church's glebe land was sold to Barry Side for the Hunter's Field development in aboutRev.

Selwyn Fry 'purposely retained a portion between the Churchyard and Joyce's Road so that we might have a site, in the very centre of. Stanford Hall is a Grade-II*-listed 18th-century country house in Nottinghamshire, in Stanford on Soar just north of the county boundary and of Loughborough.

The house is of red brick with ashlar dressings, with a hipped slate roof topped with a painted balustrade. It is built in. Find Us on Facebook. Facebook is monitored during office hours Monday - Friday, however if your enquiry is serious, urgent or involves personal details, we advise you to contact the team on 80 80 or email: [email protected] Follow Us @NottsCC.

Following Cahn's death in Stanford Hall and acres (c ha) were put up for sale. For a brief period during the Second World War the Hall and grounds were used as an army transport supply centre.

The property was purchased by the Co-operative College which relocated to Stanford Hall in late Stanford Hall is a Grade II* listed building in Stanford on Soar, Nottinghamshire, England.

See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of. Stanford Hall is a stately home in Leicestershire, England, near the village of Stanford on Avon (which is in Northamptonshire) and the town of Lutterworth, population of any residents in the area is included in the civil parish of Misterton with Walcote.

The Hall can also be approached from the north and there are routes from Walcote, 5km to the north-west, and from South Kilworth, 3km to the north-east.

PRINCIPAL BUILDING Stanford Hall (listed grade I) was built between and by William Smith (d ), for Sir Roger Cave. It is a double-pile, H-plan house of stone with a hipped roof. The Co-operative College was established in by the Co-operative Union with ten overseas students based on the second floor of Holyoake House, Manchester, and in the College became a charitable trust.

InHolyoake House was damaged by a blitz, and the Co-operative College was forced to relocate to Stanford Hall, where it spent almost fifty arters: Manchester, United Kingdom. Stanford Hall, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, sleeps in 16 bedrooms.

For the duration of their stay, guests at Stanford make the Hall their own. Designing and planning a party, celebration or quiet retreat to suit the needs of individual guests is important and the host is able to choose from the range of different styles and character of.The Co-operative Union left Stanford Hall in During the period when the Co-operative Union owned Stanford Hall an Annual College Service was held at the church.

Among the preachers on these occasions was Dr Leslie Paul, the author of the much discussed .Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire, Loughborough.

56 likes. Stanford Hall is a grade II* listed 18th-century English country house in Nottinghamshire, /5(56).