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Belgrave Hall dates from early 18th century and was commissioned by Edmund Cradock a hosiery merchant. He died soon after its completion, and the house changed hands several times. One of the owners was John Ellis, who brought the railways to Leicester.
Today the Hall is a museum, surrounded by charming gardens.
The stable block, gardens and marquee are a venue for community groups, corporate and private events, such as receptions, weddings...
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