Hannah's Room This small room leading from the reception comfortably seats two people and is ideal for one-to-one therapy sessions. A small desk and chair is also sited in the room. If you would like to use this room or arrange a visit email us at [email protected] This room remembers the life of Hannah Fray who, in the 1841 census was at the age of 14, the youngest resident in the home of John Dean. Some of the residents may have been lodgers, but it is assumed that Hannah was possibly a scullery maid. She may have been one of the maids sleeping in the room above the kitchen a couple of years earlier who was thrown out of bed when a tornado blew off the roof of Silverwell House (see newspaper article below). We have found out relatively little about Hannah, but this room and the embroidered picture below commemorates the many unknown local people who maintained Silverwell and its former gardens over the centuries. Original paint and needlework picture of 'Hannah at the Rose Garden Window' by local artist Jo Parker, 2017. On display in Hannah's Room and dedicated to the local people who made and maintained Silverwell House over the centuries. Newspaper clipping of the Great Storm, reported in the Liverpool Mercury, 18th January 1839 If you would like to know more about the history of our building click here for further details. Would you or your organisation like to sponsor this historic room for a year? Contact us to find out how you can be part of our history.