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Report - Moody Hall, Congleton 26.02.20


UrbexGem.

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Moody Hall is a Grade II listed Georgian building in Congleton. It was built in 1777 for the Reade family who owned a large silk mill. It was last used as a care home but closed on 30th September 2014 after failing to meet national standards on CQC inspections. I spoke to a local man outside who told me he remembered many years ago when it was a “fancy bar and restaurant”, but I can’t find anything on the internet relating to this.

I first noticed this building over a year ago when a classic mini sat outside had caught my eye, but at the time there was no way in.
I set out for a day of explores last week and decided to call past here on route to another in that area. Sadly the mini now has a note to say it’s not for sale :( But this time entry was easy. There wasn’t an awful lot to see, a lot of the building was stripped and the decay was really setting in especially on the top floor. But a quick easy explore if you’re in the area anyway.

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Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
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Still some remnants of 1777 but not many :( yep strange how some work has started and the beds remain. Good work though & update
 

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