Brocket Hall Gallery

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Early evidence suggests the house dates back to 1239 and was called ‘Watershyppes’ and owned by Simon Fitz Ade. They were also known as FitzSymon from whom Symondshyde wood derives its name. In the 15th century a FitzSymonds heiress married Sir Thomas Brocket . For more information on the history of Brocket Hall Click here

To view Brocket Hall website Click Here

 

 


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