Walcot Hall is a Grade I Listed Carolean country house, believed to have been designed by John Webb. In the past, the house has been owned by members of the Neville and Dearden families. Walcot Hall was used by the 67th Fighter Wing of the USAF in World War II, planning daylight raids over Germany for their Flying Fortresses.
The Messenger team has been responsible for many phases of work to this well cared for house, over several decades. This project now completed the re-covering of the Collyweston roof slopes and lead flat roof. Works to the gutters, dormers and pediment were also carried out, as well as masonry repairs to the chimneys.