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Crook Hall

Crook Hall

A 150-acre farm over 400 years old. Both the house and the Crook Barn are listed. The farm is now mainly arable and has rich bird life, with several ground nesting species, including skylarks and lapwings; buzzards, sparrowhawks, kestrels and peregrine falcons can also be seen. Water voles inhabit the ditches on the farm.

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  • Toilets

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