Letton Hall is managed day-to-day by the resident staff, Jon Horrox and Tim Blanche. They are supported by an excellent staff team and a regular group of dedicated volunteers who take care of the facilities and ensure that they are always ready and prepared for guests.
Once the home of the Gurdon family, Letton Hall was the first domestic commission of the famous architect Sir John Soane and was built between 1783 and 1789. It’s Georgian splendour makes it a significant landmark in the Mid-Norfolk Countryside. The house was purchased in the late 70’s by Peter Carroll for use as a Christian Conference Centre.
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Letton Hall Trust
Established as a charity in 1980, the Letton Hall Trust now owns and manages the property and ministry of Letton Hall. Our Trustees come from various walks of life and serve voluntarily to oversee the direction and values of the trust.