Monthly Archives: June 2018

Making a Tudor chair : Trying something a bit different


One of our friends is an experienced Tudor living historian but due to Sciatica would find it tough to stand up for day after day. So after a brief discussion over dinner, a quick spot of research on t’interweb and … Continue reading

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The Land Rudyard Kipling


A vey good friend Chris Preston enlightened my one evening when returning to Wimpole by train from London. He shared this poem by Rudyard Kipling and after reading it you realize how observant this man was. An explantation to the … Continue reading

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