||1: Hawksworth Hall was home to the Hawksworth family for centuries, the earliest date evidence to be found in the house is a carved stone marked with the date 1611.
In 1825 the Hawksworths moved to Farnley Hall and leased the Hall to tenants.
It became a residential school for the charity SCOPE in 1960 to care for children with cerebral palsy, it closed in 1999 due to falling numbers.
A company which manufactures stairlifts now has offices there (October 2012).
2 & 3: A line drawing of the Hall, it was home to the Hawksworth family for many years.
4: View of the Hall which was built around 1611, it was the home of the Hawksworth family for over 300 years.
In 1960 it was bought by SCOPE and became a home for children with cerebral palsy, this was closed in 1999 and the Hall was sold a few years later.
It became offices for a company which manufactures stair lifts in 2012.
5: Carved bird which is the family crest of the Hawk family.
6: This decorative feature is the Arms of King James 1st in the Royal Room.
7: Fireplace and ceiling in the Royal Room which displays the Arms of King James 1st (not in view).
8: This view of Hawksworth Hall was taken by E E Slater C1900