Himley Hall started life in the 18th century when a medieval manor house belonging to the Earl of Dudley was demolished to make way for a great Palladian mansion. Since this time, the property has come into the ownership of Dudley Council, who began work on a phased program of restoration through financial support from the European Regional Development Fund.

In 2008, the refurbishment of the north wing was completed and the rooms which once housed the Earl of Dudley’s swimming pool and cinema have been transformed into an elegant Art-Deco style banqueting suite and lounge bar. Magnificent 1930s style copper foil and glass pendants, wall brackets and table lamps were supplied to original Great British Lighting designs. These have cemented the north wing as a stunning venue for celebrations and parties.


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