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It seems remarkable that between the popularity of country houses as tourist attractions or business or simply as homes that any would be at risk. Yet as the 2010 SAVE Britain’s Heritage Building’s at Risk Register shows there are still … Continue reading
Nocton Hall suffered a devastating fire in 2004 and since then has remained a roof-less, though restorable, shell with no sign that the new owners have any inclination to rescue this interesting and attractive house. The original Nocton Hall burnt down in 1834 and the … Continue reading