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William Blake poetically argued that it was possible to ‘To see a World in a Grain of Sand’; in the miniature is a reflection of something much greater. With that in mind, to look upon the manifest beauties of a … Continue reading
Having written all nearly 200 posts since I started writing this blog I now thought it would be interesting to try and broaden the voices involved. So as the first post in this new direction/experiment, I am delighted and honoured … Continue reading
When the listed building restrictions were originally introduced the compensation for not being to do exactly as you wished with your house was that the government would provide grants towards maintainence. Obviously successive governments have seen these funds as an … Continue reading