|We were all very excited the other day when we were visited by none other than the BBC! |
BUT to find out more you will have to visit our Pilgrim Harps blog at http://pilgrimharps.blogspot.co.uk/
Our harp blog is fairly new so this is also unashamedly a request for some visitors and followers
- as I have just added a 'join this site' tag at the side, at the moment I'm the only follower :( .
I also promised the answer to the question in my previous post. Well, according to the sign at Blickling Hall a 'Sitooterie' is a Scottish word meaning something to 'sit out in'; a place designed for relaxation, reflection and contemplation. Some definitions also associate this sitting area with a conservatory but at Blickling it is created by yews trained over a steel framework to form what they describe as a 'green summerhouse'. There is also a beautiful
mandala floor design inspired by a ceiling rose in Blickling Hall made from recycled copper also stained glass decorations and lovely benches made one of the members of staff. Well worth a visit if you are ever in the area.
Monday, 12 August 2013
Fame at last!
Posted by Jerry at 10:39