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
What a crazy week it’s been. We are finally emerging from the other side of the relocation process and I think our feet are touching the ground again. And we can finally start to think in some kind of order a little bit more.
Friday is here and it’s been a crazy one. As one door closed, literally another one opened.
One of the most fascinating adventures within Holly House is unearthing stories from the past and the incredible history that lays in silence within the walls, stories that will help us bring the building back to life.
And so it began. Spring is here and we’ve been tidying up to prepare for all things new and breathing a new lease of life into all things old at Holly House.
Today we ventured into the crypt at Holly House. Situated on the north side of the church, it has been something that has intrigued us for the past year. And it wasn’t until today that we finally unearthed its secrets.