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Penrhyn Old Hall Ghost Hunt

Penrhyn Old Hall Ghost Hunt
Penrhyn Old Hall Ghost Hunt 18th April 2020 Time: 8pm till 2am with Tickets £20 (+booking fee when paid online)
All our events start from 8.00pm but you can arrive from 7.45pm You will have the chance to look at the building before the event followed by a induction to You will be placed in smaller groups but kept with your friends and family. After a short talk and security brief we will start our vigils.
You are welcome to bring your own specific ghost hunting equipment, snacks, food and treats we do have rooms to make hot and cold drinks.
We do have mediums and sensitives with us for the term of the night if you have any request for them do not falter to ask them.
Event Details
Ghost Tour / Vigils / Séance Paranormal Equipment / Dowsing / Table Tipping Psychics & Mediums on All Events Hot & Cold Drinks Included

Event Properties

Event Date 18-04-2020 8:00 am
Event End Date 19-04-2020 2:00 am
Registration Start Date 03-03-2020 4:00 pm
Capacity 20
Available place 20
Cut off date 18-04-2020
Individual Price £20.00
Location
Penrhyn Old Hall
Penrhyn Old Hall/Penrhyn Old Rd, Llandudno LL30 3EE
Penrhyn Old Hall

Venue Information - Penrhyn Old Hall

Penrhyn Old Hall
The origin of Penrhyn Old Hall is somewhat enveloped in mystery. According to Roderick Moelwynog, Prince of Wales, grandson of Cadwalder, the last King of the Britons, built a Palace on this spot early in the eighth century. The family of Penrhyn are mentioned in records in Edward 111’s reign of 1327 – 1377.
Penrhyn was described as an ancient stone house by Leyland in 1549, (John Leyland was appointed King’s Antiquary by Henry V111, and he included this district in his itinerary).
In early times there was an ancient trackway past this spot, and it is more than likely that the Romans made use of it during their occupation of Wales in order to reach the copper mines on the Great Orme. This is confirmed by the discovery in 1873 and in 1907 of a large number of Roman coins dated from the time of Constantine and of Carausius.

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