Through this porch is a hall dating from 1505, built by an earlier Thomas Legh.
The south and west sides are in brick and were built in the middle of the 18th century.
The porch shown in the photograph above has above it the inscription with the name Thomas Legh and the date 1581.
Her friends, though are all well-off, the difference in stature sometimes causes friction between them.
However, each in the group is experiencing personal battles, which they manage to drink up by leaning on each other to find comfort and strength to row through the struggles.
Portraying herself as an obnoxious girlfriend, her journey of dating a guy and compelling him to dump her to actually finding love in him, is made interesting by little tidbits of help offered by her office pals.