Dovecote, Allesley Hall :: Shared Description

The circular dovecote is approximately 200 years old and was contemporary with the Allesley Hall mansion which was demolished for the current Hall to be built in 1910. Inside, the brickwork has nesting cavities for up to 500 birds. As it is no longer in use for food provision, the bird entrances have been closed up to prevent pigeons colonising it.

A grade II listed building.
by E Gammie
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SP2980 : Dovecote, Allesley Hall by E Gammie
SP2980 : The dovecote, Allesley Hall by E Gammie


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Created: Sat, 9 Jan 2010, Updated: Sat, 9 Jan 2010

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