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One hundred and fifty years ago, as 1863 drew to a close, the great industrialist Lord Armstrong may have reflected on a year in which innovation was sweeping across so many areas of life and, perhaps, his own future plans … Continue reading
Our country houses have always been adaptable as changing fashions or functions required they accommodate new ways of living or roles. One role which quite a few houses have taken on is that of hospital – either privately or as … Continue reading
Lord and Lady Gerald Fitzalan Howard of Carlton Towers had hoped to raise £1m to pay for repairs to his family home through the sale of silverware, furniture and paintings from the Towers. Whilst it’s always sad when the contents … Continue reading