Belgrave Hall, Leicester

Built from blue and red brick between 1709 and 1713, Belgrave Hall was commissioned for hosiery merchant Edmund Craddock and his wife Anne. Later it became the home of William Vann, High Sheriff of Leicestershire (c.1767) and John Ellis, businessman and Leicester MP, who was instrumental in introducing the railway to Leicester in 1833.

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Within the old stables is my brand new studio, equipped with lighting, Backdrops, Sets and everything models and photographers need to work in peace and quiet.

Around the studio there is a courtyard, gardens, greenhouses, trees and flowers and many fine shooting opportunities – this area is very secluded and secure.

I also have access to the Main House (with cellar, original rooms with stunning furniture etc), plus the walled gardens – these are available by request only and dates are limited each year.

Leigh White Photography

Belgrave Hall
Church Road

If you are visiting for the first time, please park outside the front of the Hall, then walk back towards the main road, turn left towards the traffic lights and you will see a set of white double wooden gates. Please press the WHITE bell – this will alert us inside the studio that you have arrived.

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Makeup Artist

Price on Application


Studio, House, Gardens

£ minimum of 5 Hours


Hot and Cold Drinks

Tea, Coffee and Soft Drinks Available

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