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BLITHFIELD HALL

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Blithfield Hall country house is of late medieval origin. It is an irregular building entirely covered with stucco that is mainly 16th century. Additions of circa 1740 are probably by Richard Trubshaw, and of the later 18th century perhaps by Charles Cope Trubshaw. It was remodelled in 1820-40 probably by John Buckler in a Tudor Gothic style. The manor house complex is visible as buildings, earthworks and parchmarks on air photographs. The post medieval ha ha located in front of the manor house was mapped as part of the Staffordshire NMP project and is extant on the latest 2010 vertical photography.

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