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Report - St Joe's & Greenhouses 23/09/07

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by aisforandy, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. aisforandy

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    Not a huge one, but I walked all round the grounds again with not a sign of anyone. I found some greenhouses I have never seen before - and the surprise was that there were still grapes and figs growing after all these years - and the chain pulleys used to airate (sp?) the greenhouses were still working perfectly.

    Another outbuilding is being use by an owl who flew away before I had a chance to photograph it, but there is the odd thing hanging around still there.

    Something I am concerned about is that the lead appears to be being taken off one side of one of the roofs. I don't know why and I wouldn't want to hazard a guess but it may be worth keeping an eye on.

    Anyway - here you go, not a brilliant report, but I found it quite interesting finding something else on site.


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    #1 aisforandy, Sep 23, 2007
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