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A product of the last generation of cotton mill building, Leigh Spinners was designed by Bolton architects Bradshaw, Gass & Hope for the Horrocks Company, and built in two phases. The east section comprising the six-storey mill, boiler house and chimney stack was built in 1913 and the matching west section was completed ten years later. One of the few double mills to be completed, it is one of the most complete still standing in Greater Manchester. Part of the factory is occupied by Leigh Spinners Ltd who have manufactured carpets since 1969 and since 2012, synthetic turf products for landscaping and sport.
The building is in poor condition and considered to be at risk by English Heritage. A charity, the Leigh Building Preservation Trust has been formed to restore the steam engine and engine house. In September 2013 the charity was awarded a £75,000 grant to restore the steam engine and repair the engine house by Waste Recycling Environmental Limited, a heritage fund that protects buildings of historical importance.
Join us for a night of investigation and vigils.
We will start the night of with a meet great and safety talk, there we will go off into our teams and investigate in many ways these include
Trance work with our resident medium Garry Fields
Many more new experiments we use to try and communicate
We can't guarantee that spirit will communicate but the more we put in the more we hopefully get
Refreshments and snacks will be provided and sometimes hot food also
Come along and join the anubis tean and experience a night of ghost hunting and we hope you take away a good experience