Brockleigh

After travelling up school lane you will come to Brockleigh which is also set back from the main promenade.  The house
was built c1795 by the famous Liverpool architect George Cripps.   This building along with several other were originally
known as Mostyn Place.  In 1810 the building was used as a boarding school for young girls, and ran successfully for
around 50 years.  Unfortunately the building is set back too far for me to take a photograph and i did not want to
trespass in order to get a picture.  I will contact the owners at some point in the future and request a photograph.  
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