ⓘ Halston Hall

                                     

ⓘ Halston Hall

Halston Hall is a Grade I listed building in the parish of Whittington, Shropshire, England. A country house first built around 1690, it was given protected status in January 1952. Alterations were made to the structure for John Mytton by Robert Mylne around 1766-68 and further work was undertaken during the early- to mid-19th century, for some of which time the property was owned by his son, also called John but often referred to as "Mad Jack" Mytton. The Mytton family had been granted ownership of the Halston estates in 1562-63. The estate was split up for sale in 1847, some years after the death of Mad Jack. George Wright of Manchester bought the hall and 2.063 acres of the grounds for £116.095.

A nearby private chapel is also grade I listed. Its history is hazy, but before the current structure space.

The Park, which houses the hall was requisitioned for use as a 1084-bed U.S. military hospital during the Second world war. Little evidence of this survives, but it includes more than 100 buildings, mostly to the North and North-West of the hall. The hospital was abandoned by 1954. Along with hall in Penley, Llanerch Panna, deer Park, and Iscoyd Park hotels as part of the hospital Center of the US army 804.

                                     
  • Roy Halston Frowick April 23, 1932 March 26, 1990 known simply as Halston was an American fashion designer who rose to international fame in the
  • Halston Hall a historic country house in Whittington, Shropshire, England Halston Preceptory, a monastic house in Shropshire, England Carissa Halston co - founder
  • framed core. In the parish are two country houses, the largest of which, Halston Hall is listed at Grade I, as is its domestic chapel, and other buildings
  • 30, when Jack was two years old, and he inherited the family seat of Halston Hall Whittington, near Oswestry, which was worth 60, 000 4.3 million as
  • was also an MP for Shrewsbury. Halston Hall Coros, D. F. 1982 MYTTON, Richard 1500 1 - 91 of Shrewsbury and Halston Salop and Dinas Mawddwy, Merion
  • Menswear Award Ralph Lauren 1971 Winnies Halston Betsey Johnson at Alley Cat Hall of Fame Award Anne Klein Hall of Fame Citation Bill Blass Special Awards
  • Kevan Hall is an American fashion designer best known for his couture red carpet designs and his role as the design and creative director of Halston Kevan
  • 1783 Walcot Park c. 1774 Halston Hall 1770s Aston Hall near Oswestry 1780 Badger Hall and Dingle c. 1780 Dudmaston Hall Millichope Park Oakley Park
  • north of Whittington, it enters the parkland of Halston Hall supplying a large ornamental lake. The hall is a red - brick country house, originally built