Beaudesert Hall, Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire. Historic Building Recording

Birmingham Archaeology, 2017

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Introduction

Beaudesert Hall, Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire. Historic Building Recording

In November 2007 Birmingham Archaeology undertook a programme of historic building recording at Beaudesert Hall, Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire (centred on NGR SK 0546 1336). The work was commissioned by the King George V Memorial Scouts and Guides Recreation Lands (more commonly known as the Beaudesert Trust) to support a Heritage Lottery Fund application to finance the conservation of historic elements and their utilisation for educational purposes. More immediately pertinent, however, was that the ruins of the hall had recently suffered a collapse, a misfortune that had prompted the instigation of this programme of emergency building recording, in order to mitigate further deterioration. This archive includes the results of the historic building recording.