Samlesbury Hall

Samlesbury Hall

Charity information

Samlesbury Hall

The Trustees of Samlesbury Hall have committed to a trust deed which promises to maintain and keep the 14th Century Hall and grounds. The Hall hosts weddings and has an award winning restaurant, the profits of which go back into keeping the Hall open for the public to enjoy

Founded 1925

  • Mission statement

    Samlesbury Hall is a 14th Century Manor owned by a Private Trust whose aim is to keep the Hall open for the visiting public to enjoy.
    The Hall has many historic rooms to enjoy, together with fine antiques furniture for sale in period room settings.
    Samlesbury is very aware of being in the centre of Lancashire and wishes to become the Centres of Lancashires' Art, Craft and Design Industry, sustaining many small businesses. The room are manned by volunteers, who help to maintain the historic and exhibition rooms. The grounds host Hens, Bees & Pigs, all of whom work to provide the kitchens with free range, organic Lancashire produce, the other suppliers to the kitchen are all sourced from Lancashire, in order to provide visitors with the very best Lunches in Lancs

  • Aims

    Samlesbury Hall aims to:

    • The charitable aim is to keep the Hall and grounds maintained and open for the public to enjoy
  • Overview

    Established: January 1925

    Registered Charity Number: 526052

    Board members: 10

    Full time staff: 5

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 01254 812010

    Address: Preston New Road PR5 0SN

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