Lady Anne’s Well and Howley Hall: a new guided walk from Heritage Education

The largest section of upstanding masonry at Howley Hall

The largest section of upstanding masonry at Howley Hall

Are you looking to book a guided walk for your local history group? Then this new guided walk from Heritage Education could be exactly what you’re looking for. The walk t focuses on a small area of greenbelt between Morley, Batley and Soothill (West Yorkshire, UK). It’s a very small area but packed with folklore and historic incident including the ruins of Howley Hall , what might be the remains of Lady Anne’s Well and the story of how Nevison the highwayman slew Fletcher a local innkeeper.

To find out more about the walk click here.

To read a detailed account of Lady Anne’s well, click here.

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