Awakened from slumber – Wolterton Park, Norfolk – By Johnny Farrar-Bell

Norfolk, 2015: – A glimpse of stonework through trees. The outline of a tumbledown church tower over a brick and flint wall. The outline of a Georgian faΓ§ade. And then a dilapidated gatehouse, with the gates themselves open and inviting. I cycled on down the drive – only a basic wooden box encouraged visitors toContinue reading “Awakened from slumber – Wolterton Park, Norfolk – By Johnny Farrar-Bell”

Et in Arcadia – The Temple, Stoke-by-Nayland

Tucked away in the Suffolk countryside, not far from the Essex border, is the small village of Stoke-by-Nayland. Famed for its timber-framed cottages, many of them thatched, there are a handful of properties that do not fit this mould. South of the village, surrounded by fields, is one such building. This building is so extraordinaryContinue reading “Et in Arcadia – The Temple, Stoke-by-Nayland”