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Beacon Hotel, Sedgley

Beacon Hotel

The Beacon Hotel is a Victorian style pub and home to the Sarah Hughes Brewery. Sarah took over the pub in 1921 but by all accounts still keeps a watchful eye over the pub and not just from her realistic portrait. She was seen by one of the previous managers walking through a wall in the smoke room where there was once a door. Read More »

Sedgley’s Beacon Tower

Sedgeley Beacon Tower

Sedgley Beacon lies some 237 metres (777 feet) above sea level in the heart of the West Midlands. It is said that the top of Beacon Hill is the highest point between Sedgley and the Ural Mountains in Russia. Commanding views were once enjoyed right across the industrial Black Country and beyond to the Clee and Malvern hills and the mountains of Wales. Read More »

The Crown, Sedgley

A previous landlord, known as Bob, allegedly haunts The Crown. He died in the cellar from a heart attack many years ago. Dogs are prone to behaving strangely when Bob is about and on one occasion a previous landlord found himself locked in his own bedroom even though he was on his own. Read More »

White Lion Inn, Sedgley

The White Lion, or at least parts of it, date back to the English Civil War. One of the reported ghosts here is a Royalist Cavalier in full uniform who has been seen in various parts of the building including on the main staircase. Nearby Dudley Castle was a Royalist stronghold so he may have been associated with the forces who defended the castle against the Parliamentarians. Read More »



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