Graded locations

Listed buildings are graded in each location in this blog. Eg. Grade I, II* II of grade I is of most importance. Grade A relates to Scotland. See BLB

Sunday, 15 September 2019

Wycoller Hall and Village - Lancashire

A video of our re-visit 2019

Name: Remains of Wycoller Hall
Locality: Trawden, Lancashire BB8 8SY
Built: 1596
Grade II*

Wycoller is a famous Hamlet outside Colne in Lancashire only 3 miles North of Howarth; Charlotte Bronte took her walks here. Wycoller Hall was thought to be 'Ferndean Manor' in Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Ayre' novel. The hall is said to be haunted by a spectral horseman that comes out only when there is a full moon also the ghost of a black woman wanders the grounds. Pearson House joined on to the tea-room has the ghost of the blue lady who walks through walls. Wycoller House has a poltergeist.

We visited Wycoller Hall on a very pleasant summers day. The ruins looked very romantic surrounded by wild flowers. Not at all creepy on a sunny Saturday. Too many children running among its stone-work. Definitely a spooky hot spot for wannabee ghost hunters. We shall certainly be paying the alleged  a visit one moonlit night soon.