Selly Manor

About Selly Manor

Selly Manor is a timber cruck-framed, 14th-century building, in England, dating back to at least 1327. Originally the manor house of the village of Bournbrook in Worcestershire (Bournbrook is now a suburb in the modern day Selly Oak ward of Birmingham), it was relocated to the nearby Bournville district in the early 20th century. Together with the adjacent Minworth Greaves, it is operated as a museum and venue for functions including weddings, for which it is licensed. It houses the Laurence ...

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