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I worked for Hen in the hotel, he was a great boss. I did not know Jean but would have loved to have met her, the only advice I got of Jean was through a medam saying I would go far in life and that she loved her Ken and missed him and did not like changes to the hotel, she said where has her stables gone, it was the old building we used to do functions in across the car park .

My Mum's cousin Ken bought Leasowe Castle and we were all very excited for him especially my Mum! We lived down near London but went to visit as much as my Dad could get time off work. Ken and his lovely wife Jean worked so hard to make this castle as beautiful as you see it today and my brother and I have such happy memories of (...Read full memory)