Before I set eyes on Oxburgh Hall, I was captivated by the church next door, which I saw from the road. My initial thought about St John the Evangelist was that it looked like a ruin but actually that's not the case. Apparently, in 1948, its tower and spire collapsed into the south side of … Continue reading My Sunday Photo – April 1st, 2018.
“A family home, not a fortress,” is the quote that popped into my head as I caught sight of Oxburgh Hall for the first time – and, even with its moat and grand-looking gatehouse, it definitely felt welcoming. In fact, I actually thought it looked rather romantic; in a sort of Gothic, wild on the (in … Continue reading Norfolk Adventures: Oxburgh Hall.
My in-laws have been visiting this weekend so, even though it was a bit of a grey day yesterday, we ventured into the wilds of Norfolk to the very beautiful Oxburgh Hall. While a National Trust property, descendants of Sir Edmund Bedingfield, who built the house in 1482, still live there today. I will do … Continue reading My Sunday Photo – March 25th, 2018.