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Warmley House was built in 1750 and to the south of the house, an industrial site was developed. The original use for this site was the production of brass work. Competition in the industry won out and work at the Warmley site wound down. 

The Clock Tower, built around 1746, was the factory that produced brass pins, and this continued into the late 1880s. 

Many of the surrounding buildings were demolished in the 1960s, but luckily the Clock Tower survived. It is now a Grade II listed building managed by the ‘Clock Tower Association’. 



The Clock Tower is fast becoming a popular destination with investigators and the level of activity reported is the main reason why.

Diembodied footsteps and conversations are heard throughout the building as well as the sounds of children playing and laughing. Audible phenomenon seems to be the main focus of hauntings here, and many claim to have recorded interesting EVPs on voice recorders. Poltergeist activity is also evident, with doors opening and closing seemingly of their own accord! 

Are you ready to investigate the impressive Clock Tower? 



YOUR HOSTS: Spooktacular Ghost Hunting Events

YOUR EVENT: This haunted building is a time capsule.

This clock tower and former pin factory was built in 1743 as part of William Champion’s Warmley Brass Works.

The three storey building is built of rubble with black slag quoins. The main part of the building has a hipped pantiled roof. The actual tower is set forward and has a saddleback gabled pantile roof. The tower also has slag quoins which may have formerly been components from an annealing oven. the upper storey houses an 18th century bell and a clock with an octagonal external dial.

The clock tower is linked to a single storey structure to the west, the lower part of which is built of black slag worked to ashlar, also with black slag quoins. The building is now a community centre and is a Listed Building.

Your evening includes:-

* Access to many areas of the building, including the temple

*Chance to use real investigation equipment such as K2 Meters, Ghost Boxes and EVP Sound recording devices

*FREE TIME to conduct your own investigating

* FREE Refreshments

Toilets and Refreshments:- Toilets on site, we can provide bottled water and sealed snacks, please feel free to bring your own refreshments or flasks if you would prefer to do so