The Old Mill Ghost hunt & optional sleepover
**NOW REDUCED TO £55 FROM £69***
This converted water mill building stands in ten acres of woodland, with meadow, pond & stream, Located in the village of Forest Green, Surrey.
The watermill itself was built at the beginning of the nineteenth century, continuing to operate as a corn mill until the early 1920's, at which time the grounds were bought by a wealthy widow as a site for her future residence.
In 1929 the site was sold to the headmaster at St Marylebone Grammar school, William Ellis.
Sightings of a young girl on site, presumably connected to the mill, have been reported. Strange sounds & smells and a general presence of something watching.
Nearby is the holy Trinity church is Church was built by Charles and Christina Hensley of Pratsham Grange, Tanhurst Lane as a lasting memorial to the eldest son, Everard, who was fatally shot by his cousin while rabbit shooting in 1892.
Everard Hensley had been born on Trinity Sunday 1874, hence the reason for the dedication of the church to the Holy Trinity.
On the same road as the mill is “The Parrot” pub which has stood for over 400 years. It’s rumoured that the route the pub is on was rife with highwaymen & smugglers!
Sleepover option is spread across several
rooms With bunk beds. Please bring uuur own bedding & toiletries.
All tickets can be reserved with a small deposit
|12-08-2023 8:00 pm
|Event End Date
|13-08-2023 2:00 am