Boughton Hall

Boughton Hall is a former country house in Boughton, to the east of the city of Chester, Cheshire, England. It is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building.

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Boughton Hall - Architecture
... Boughton Hall is constructed in brick with stone dressings, and has grey slate roofs ... The plan of the main part of the hall is E-shaped, with some infilling, plus an additional wing to the left ...
Chester Boughton Hall Cricket Club - History
... 1873 The first ever game at Boughton Hall - 20 May 1873. 1870s In the 1870s Boughton Hall was a large private house standing in spacious grounds ... Thompson, upon his return, converted part of the ‘Hall’s grounds into a cricket field to which he invited friends to play, under his captaincy, as Boughton Hall Cricket Club ...
Liverpool And District Cricket Competition - History
... Boughton Hall (later known as Chester Boughton Hall) were invited to join in 1923 ... in Lancashire and North Wales but saw founder members Birkenhead Park, Chester Boughton Hall, Neston and Oxton resign to join the Cheshire County Cricket League for the 1998 season ...

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