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Lord Brocket

Charles Ronald George Nall-Cain, 3rd Baron Brocket (born 12 February 1952), also known as Charlie Brocket is a peer of the realm.

An Old Etonian, Brocket served in the 14th/20th King's Hussars as a Lieutenant in Cyprus and Northern Ireland.

Lord Brocket's parents were Ronald Nall-Cain and Elizabeth Trotter. His father died when Brocket was nine years old. The title of Baron Brocket passed to him at 25 on the death of his grandfather, Arthur Nall-Cain, 2nd Baron Brocket, at which point he inherited Brocket Hall, which was in a bad state of repair.

He still owns the hall in Hertfordshire through a trust, but in 1996 a 50 year leasehold for Brocket Hall was purchased by CCA International who operate the venue today.

Brocket Hall was and is still used as an exclusive use venue for corporate and private events to include weddings for groups from 25 - 150 guests. Or for larger numbers a marquee can be used which could seat 400 guests.