I am greatly indebted to Peter Hobbs, the current owner of St Albans Court, for permission to publish an article that he has written based on his research into the history of his gardens.
A PULHAM GARDEN REDISCOVERED IN NONINGTON, KENT.
(An edited version of this article is in Archaeologia Cantiana 138 2017 291-299) Continue reading “c1877 – St Albans Court, Nonington, Kent”
Well, Spring is here, and it’s time to catch up with what’s been going on in the World of Pulham since my Christmas News Letter. Continue reading “The Pulham Memorial New Letter – March ’17”
At Lowewood Museum, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, EN11 8BH
14 January – 29 April 2017
Continue reading “‘Romance in Stone’ – The Pulham Legacy”
Add 1 – Sep 16
Just after the publication of ‘Rock Landscapes: The Pulham Legacy’, I received an email from James Brazier, Newsletter Editor of the Margate Civic Society, who wondered if I knew whether James Pulham and Son ever did any work on a set of steps leading down into the cutting at Newgate Gap, in Cliftonville. Continue reading “1901 – Newgate Gap, Margate, Kent”
SM 24 – May 13
Welbeck Abbey is about 3½ miles from Worksop, in Nottinghamshire, and its park, which covers more than 2,000 acres, is part of Sherwood Forest. It is the largest of the estates in North Nottinghamshire that are collectively known as the Dukeries, and is one of the few remaining places in England where they survive almost completely unspoiled. [i] Continue reading “1862-67 – Welbeck Abbey, near Worksop, Nottinghamshire”