Howick Hall


Howick Hall, the home of the Greys was built in 1782 by Newcastle architect William Newton. In 1809,  Charles, 2nd Earl Grey comissioned George Wyatt to enlarge the hall. The interior of the house was destroyed by fire in 1926, and in 1928 it was rebuilt and redesigned by Sir Herbert Baker. The family moved out of the house after the death of the 5th Earl Grey, and in 1973 the present Lord Howick converted the West Wing into the family home.

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Howick Hall Gardens
- The gardens at Howick are deliberately aimed at garden lovers with the extensive grounds offering a wide variety of plants throughout the year and are open from early February until ...

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Howick Hall - Howick Hall and Gardens, Northumberland

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Flowers - Howick Hall and Gardens, Northumberland

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Charles, 2nd Earl Grey (1764-1845)
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Charles, 2nd Earl Grey (1764-1845)
- Overview About Charles Grey Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey was descended from a long-established Northumbrian family seated at Howick Hall. Aged just 22 Grey was elected to Parliament for the ...
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