Monthly Archives: October 2013

The great Copdock storm…

The predicted storm arrived at 9am on Monday 28th October and left the house and hall relatively unscathed. I expected some of the barn tiles to be dislodged but looked fine a few hours later. Outside, however, the gardens took … Continue reading

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View from the air

I hired a cherry picker to repair roof tiles before the winter and thought it would be a good opportunity to get some pics from the air

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Another step forward…etc…etc

Well…got feedback from meeting with Graham Chamberlain, conservation officer and English Heritage and surprise, surprise – it’s negative! Despite numerous compromises on our behalf, they’re still demanding more and seem to be reneging on previous advice. It’s now getting a … Continue reading

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Even quieter times

Following our meeting last month…it’s gone quiet again, despite pledges that we would receive a definitive answer within two weeks. We now calculate that it’s 22 months since we first held initial discussions with Babergh District Council about our plans … Continue reading

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