Fri, 17 Sept | Lymm Heritage Centre

Lymm Hall's Low Carbon Transformation

Take a tour of this 400-year-old manor house at the heart of Lymm which is aiming for a zero energy sustainable retrofit.
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Lymm Hall's Low Carbon Transformation

Time & Location

17 Sept 2021, 14:00
Lymm Heritage Centre, 1 Legh St, Lymm WA13 0DA, UK

About the event


Take part in this unique walking tour offered in partnership with the Lymm Heritage Centre as part of Heritage Open Days.

This tour will span the history of Lymm Hall, once the home of the village’s founding family, and look forward to its future as one of the UK's most sustainable historic properties. This Grade II* listed building, which houses a number of ancient scheduled monuments, is being carefully retrofitted with the aim of achieving a zero energy renovation. Research shows listed buildings and those in conservation areas have a significantly lower uptake of energy efficiency measures. This project will bring together experts in heritage and the built environment to ensure this Elizabethan-era manor house, and other historic buildings, will play an important role in meeting the UK’s targets for a sustainable and zero carbon future.

The tour will commence at the Lymm Heritage Centre where participants will learn about the history of the hall. Participants will travel on foot to Lymm Hall where Ecospheric’s director and principal sustainability consultant will explain plans for the renovation. Please note that this tour will involve walking a distance of 0.4 miles. The journey will involve steps, uneven terrain, and potentially muddy surfaces.

Tours will be offered at 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm lasting approximately 90 minutes.

For more information about this event, please visit the following websites:

- Lymm Heritage Centre,

- Heritage Open Days,

To learn more about the Lymm Hall retrofit, please visit

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