Kedleston Hall


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Kedleston Hall

(ˈkɛdəlstən)
n
(Named Buildings) a mansion near Derby in Derbyshire: rebuilt (1759–65) for the Curzon family by Matthew Brettingham, James Paine, and Robert Adam
References in periodicals archive ?
To make this film the company hired Kedleston Hall in Derbys, which was to masquerade as Althorpe House, Devonshire House in London and parts of Bath.
The 2008/09 campaign was the high point of recent times when the centre was located just outside Kedleston Hall.
"This included helping to fund big projects such as finishing the 30-year restoration and conservation of Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire, the continuing restoration of Knole in Kent and repairing the roof at The Vyne in Hampshire; plus restoring the famous gardens at Stowe in Buckinghamshire and Standen in West Sussex."
START the walk at the car park of 18th Century Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire.
Mr Steer, a local resident, objected to the development on the basis that harm would be caused to the setting of Grade 1 listed Kedleston Hall ('the Hall'), Grade 1 listed Kedleston Hall Registered Park and Garden ('the Park'), and the Kedleston Conservation Area, as well as Kedleston Hotel and Quamdon Conservation Area (together 'the heritage assets').
This magnificent volume was a revelation, and changed taste in Britain--the plan and detail of Adam's Kedleston Hall was one result.
A Chatsworth House B Forde Abbey C Highclere Castle D Kedleston Hall QUESTION 15 - for 15 points: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is of what nationality?
In 1762, rare large panels of Blue John were incorporated into the marble fireplace designed by Robert Adam for Kedleston Hall, near Derby.
Or as the then Viscount Scarsdale told a newspaper in 1994, as the Trust set about his cherished garden ornaments at Kedleston Hall with sledgehammers: "The National Trust don't really want my opinion because they have already decided what they are going to do."
The National Trust's Kedleston Hall is at Quarndon, Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 5JH.
Harriet Lawson W18 was top girl on the 6.7k Blue course at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, and Sophie Kirk W21 top woman on the Brown 8.1k course at Penn Wood, Buckinghamshire, in 1.19.20mins.