Friday, 9 January 2015

Stables fit for a vice-chancellor

The University of Keele Clock House

The University of Keele took over the old Sneyd Hall and its estate in the 1950s - and the institution has never looked back since.

This courtyard complex in the picture is a little distance off from the main hall, built as the estate stables in the nineteenth century.  It is named The Clock House.
For some odd reason, it was made the Vice-Chancellor's official residence.


  1. nice picture!

  2. Hi - looks good. I'll give it a go.
    I have given up on the Sentinel site; it takes ages to download, as the videos/adverts are just blockages (to be frank).