The attic of
the house was secretly used as a meeting place for the followers
of John Wesley this came to light when various religious tracts
inscribed on the walls were discovered under covering plaster.
To rear of the building in the courtyard leading to the oak paneled
banqueting hall stands a statue of Charles I, this being left
from when Blagraves was used as a museum and was known as Cromwell
This is only a brief glimpse into the centuries of history which
makes Blagraves House such a unique building.