Monthly Archives: April 2014

Up in the air

My thanks to George Nicholson for the photos below taken from the top of St Peter’s Church which show the development from a more aerial perspective. The barn and grounds look a lot neater than they actually are…and I’m sure … Continue reading

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Copdock Hall on air

Thanks to BBC Radio Suffolk’s Rachel Sloane for a piece on Copdock Hall on her Sunday morning programme. I think it gave a taster of the barn and what we plan to do. The coverage can be accessed on the … Continue reading

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BBC interest

Work continues apace with builder Nigel cracking on with the creation of the car parks. They’ve dug up all the ugly concrete road/paths into large blocks which are then used for the base of the car parks…recycling at its best. … Continue reading

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Time for the par cark

It’s an issue which nearly broke our plans…the car park. Previous conservation officer Michael Collins and English Heritage didn’t want it there but fortunately Babergh planners saw reason and agreed it was the best place for it. We’ll ensure it’s … Continue reading

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Breaking up is hard to do

After removing the cowshed, it’s time to remove part of the old dairy, the temporary garage and start breaking up the ugly concrete surface in the courtyard. To do that we hired a giant (well it looked big to me) … Continue reading

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…Gone

After two days, the cowshed has gone.

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