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Category Archives: Heritage
How to buy a palace. And other thoughts on being a charity trustee.
I have just stepped down after almost six years as a Trustee for Hartlebury Castle Preservation Trust. I have previously been a trustee for a range of heritage sector organisations including professional development, strategic, and heritage preservation bodies. I thought I’d … Continue reading
Hartlebury Castle’s future secured with help of Heritage Lottery Fund
Hartlebury Castle’s future secured with help of Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Hellens Manor. A proper heritage eccentric.
A visit to Hellens, a Jacobean manor house in Herefordshire, was such a delight and produced so many pictures, I felt a blog was the thing. To start. Some serious door knockers. The toilets were a mini-museum in their own … Continue reading
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OUT ON YE!: BACK UP HOME: A TALE OF JIGSAWS, NARROW ALLEYS AND BOAT GNOMES
I was reminded of this blog I did a while back because someone pinned my potato riddler label… a tale of museums and tiny people. Also potato riddling. “Born and bought up in Whitby. I live in Worcestershire and work … Continue reading
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The end of the Rea Aqueduct
I live in Worcestershire near the Leominster – Stourport Canal. An unfinished canal that none-the-less has left several marks in the landscape. OS maps detail a public footpath crossing the River Rea via a footbridge. Knowing nothing of the local … Continue reading
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