Stonyhurst College, Near Clitheroe, Lancashire

Set in the heart of the beautiful Ribble Valley, Stonyhurst Hall was built in 1592 by Sir Richard Shireburn and was occupied as the family seat until 1794 when an ancestor gave The Hall and estate to the Society of Jesus as a new home for their college. Since 1794 additions have been made to the college, but the character and style of an Elizabethan manor house remains. Stonyhurst College is now one of the country’s premier independent boarding schools. The college lies just 10 miles from junction 36 on M6 which makes it easily accessible for visitors not only from Lancashire but also Cheshire, Cumbria and Yorkshire. This will be our 24th year of organising fairs at Stonyhurst.

Stoneyhurst has partial disabled access, for more access information please visit the venue website (click here).