About Bank Hall
"One of Lancashire's hidden treasures"
Bank Hall is a Grade 2* listed building and was the Manorial home of the Bannister (Banastre) family whose ancestors came from Normandy with William The Conqueror. The Friends of Bank Hall (formerly Bank Hall Action Group) have worked tirelessly since 1995 to saved the Hall which had become derelict. With the help of Heritage Trust for the North West & Lottery funding, this has now been achieved with the restoration of the Hall being started in July 2017.
Located at Bretherton in Lancashire and hidden away in woodland adjacent to the A59, the Hall was completed in 1608, was remodelled in the 1830's by George Anthony Legh-Keck, the then owner of the Hall and it then became a mixture of Jacobean and Georgian Gothic in style. Unique in Lancashire, this beautiful building had to be saved.
Read more about Bank Hall; it’s History; the campaign to save the Hall; it’s future use; our projects and much more by following the links on this page or ordering one of our 'Bank Hall Books'.
For more information on the Restoration of the Hall, Prospect Tower & Surrounding Grounds
check out the new leaflet we have produced.
Join us for our Snowdrop Sundays will be held on the 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd February. The grounds will be open from 12 Noon and will close at 4.00 pm (last admission at 3.30 pm). Admission is £3 for Adults and Children enter free. Dogs are permitted at this Open Day but must be on a short non-retractable lead.
Join our friendly team of Volunteers on Sunday 22nd March and lend a hand to help with work in the former pleasure grounds of the Hall. Learn new skills and enjoy the fresh air. All help is welcomed.