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Description[edit]

Gunnergate Hall was located off Tollesby Lane[4] and there is a plaque in the grounds that shows the former location of the hall.[8] The main entrance drive was from Stokesley Road in Marton.[5] Gunnergate Hall had three lodges but only two survive, Hunter’s Lodge on Gunnergate Lane and High Lodge on Tollesby Lane.[3][4]

The hall had a banqueting hall, ballroom and billiard room[6] and the grounds had a rockery, tennis courts, greenhouses, waterfall, lake, fountain, and boat house.[2][6] A water tower in the grounds may have supplied the lake fountain or else provided water pressure for the house.[9]

Fairy Dell Park
Fairy Dell
Type Nature Reserve and Parkland
Location Middlesbrough
Coordinates 54°31′34″N 1°12′40″W / 54.526°N 1.211°W / 54.526; -1.211Coordinates: 54°31′34″N 1°12′40″W / 54.526°N 1.211°W / 54.526; -1.211
Operated by Middlesbrough Council with The Friends of Fairy Dell
Status open all year round
Awards Green Flag Award
Website Friends of Fairy Dell

Fairy Dell Park[edit]

Fairy Dell is a local nature reserve,[10] and the former gardens and grounds of Gunnergate Hall.[2][11] Fairy Dell is a laid out parkland and natural wooded beck valley with an ornamental lake and flood defence lakes that is part of the Marton West Beck wildlife corridor.[12][13] The park was given a Green Flag Award by the Civic Trust.[12] Wildlife to be found include watervoles, herons, kingfishers, moorhens, and mallards.[10][14] Access to the park can be gained from nearby Newham Grange Country Farm.[14] The site was redeveloped as a flood defence in the late 1970s by Northumbrian Water and Middlesbrough Council.[12] Activities undertaken by the Friends of Fairy Dell interest group include path clearing, strimming, and planting.[15] Numerous chainsaw sculptures have been created in the woodlands by Steve Iredale.[14]

Discoveries within in the area have included animal bones and a sunken path. An archaeological dig is planned for 2014 lead by Tees Archaeology.[16][17][18] A £38,000 grant has been obtained from the Community Spaces Programme of the Heritage Lottery Fund for improving footpaths and natural woodland, flower planting, extra seating and the archaeological dig.[16][17][19]