Wortley Hall

Stand number 98, New Dock

A grand Ex-Stately home, set in 26 acres of grounds, the perfect setting for any conference or event

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Sheffield’s Wortley Hall has a rich history – originally the ancestral home of the Earls of Wharncliffe the Lords of the Manor of Wortley. Sir Thomas Wortley, born in 1440 lived in the Manor Wortley, believed to be Wortley Hall. His grandson Sir Richard Wortley rebuilt Wortley Hall in 1586. Wortley Hall fell into decay until the mid-18th century, when Edward Wortley commissioned the rebuilding of the hall in 1800, James Archibald Stuart Wortley and his wife Caroline Creighton took up residence and the planning, landscaping, ornamental planting and the ultimate beauty of the current grounds are attributed to Lady Caroline.
Today Wortley Hall is a company in its own right and is a member of the Co-operative union. Any operating surplus is spent on the maintenance and upkeep of the hall. This grand venue is now recognised as being a high quality conference venue, providing 6 functional meeting rooms and equipment for up to 200 delegates, award winning catering and 55 comfortable en-suite bedrooms. The Hall is situated within 26 acres of formal gardens and woodland and ideally located just 5 minutes away from the M1 Junction 35A/36. The stunning grounds make it the perfect location for team building or away days. A great fun way to thank staff for all their hard work but can also be used to create bonds, learn new skills and encourage positive competition. With a range of ideas on offer for both indoor and outdoor team building activities combined with their meeting rooms and accommodation, Wortley Hall ticks all the boxes for a fantastic day for all the team.

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