How wonderful does our stained glass window look! We decided that we wanted to make a piece of art together as a family to hang in the garden. This was something that we made on the kitchen table and everyone took turns to dip in and out doing a little during the day.
The time to remove the pews finally arrived in Holly House and it marked a very significant moment in the process of making space to enable us to build our living pod within the main body of the church. But it was a very lengthily process.
This morning we awoke to a sky of fire streaming through the window. A beautifully perfect autumnal sunrise. The 7-year-old had suggested that we take one of our one-on-one quality time adventures a few times this week so it was a perfect chance to seize the opportunity to spend some time with him watching the day begin.
With the renovation works well underway at Holly House we decided that we wanted to make some memories within the empty space before the build of the pod shortly begins…
Since embarking on our renovation adventure of Holly House a few months ago we have had one main mission for the summer: to bring the churchyard back under control and to try to turn it back into a well-maintained and beautiful place for the community to enjoy.
For over a year the church has been without any of the most basic of amenities, no running water or drainage, no heating and no electric.
It was an important and productive day at Holly House today, we finally got to start work on the tower. After getting the go ahead earlier on in the week it was full steam ahead. Originally built in the 12th century and rebuilt in the 15th century using the original stone, the medieval tower is the oldest part of Holly… View Post