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For all the traditional antipathy towards the French, the influence of their architecture has been felt throughout Britain’s country houses. Although initially the use of the French architectural vocabulary was a sign of wealth and education only available to the … Continue reading
This blog has highlighted several country houses which are at risk but the true scale of the issue is unfortunately much larger, as the publication of the 2010 English Heritage Buildings at Risk Register shows. Country houses all too easily … Continue reading
A project to restore the long-neglected Sockburn Hall has received a boost with a grant for £37,000 from English Heritage. This is in addition to the £38,000 it was also awarded last year as part of a long-term project to … Continue reading