1986 HOGHTON TOWER
HOGHTON TOWER THE OWNERS OF HOGHTON TOWER LIVE THERE AND THEY ALSO OPEN THE BUILDING TO THE PUBLIC EVERY SUNDAY, EXCEPT ON BANK HOLIDAYS. THERE ARE SEVEN PEOPLE EMPLOYED THERE AS GUIDES AND IT IS OPEN FROM 1400 TO 1700 HOURS. THERE ARE 30,000 TO 40,000 VISITORS A YEAR AND THE ADMISSION CHARGES ARE £1.50 FOR ADULTS AND 50 P FOR CHILDREN. HOGHTON TOWER IS ALSO USED FOR BALLS, CONFERENCES AND ANTIQUE FAIRS.
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