The rise and fall of Parlington hall

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Postby parlington » Mon 19 Aug, 2013 10:12 am

jan8 wrote:
parlington wrote:
jan8 wrote:
parlington wrote:
Hi Everyone,

For those interested, this year's (2013) Parlington Heritage Walk is open to visitors, please visit my Parlington website and send me an email from the contact form, to sign up! Look forward to meeting new visitors.

Best wishes

Brian Hull
http://www.parlington.co.uk/contact.lasso?process=7



Hi Brian,

Just wondering how I would know if I was one of the lucky 30 people to make it on the walk this year. I dont want to turn up and then be turned away !

Jan8


Hello Jan8,


There are a few places left so I'll put you down, can you send me an email via my Parlington web site on the contact page, and I can confirm the details about where to meet etc on the Sunday afternoon.

Regards

Brian


Hi Brian,

I already did that as soon as you mentioned it on this site, used the contact form from your page but I guess you didn't get it so do you want me to try it again ?

Janet


Hello Jan8

I've put you down, but please contact me through the form or ring me, my contact details are on my business site http://www.quadriform.co.uk

Regards

Brian
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Postby parlington » Mon 16 Sep, 2013 11:26 pm

This year's (2013) Heritage Event at Parlington turned out to be very successful, we were heavily oversubscribed although on the day we did get a few "no shows". The weather which was predicted to be heavy downfalls of rain in strong wind, turned out to be more benign, blustery winds and generally dry, just a short burst of rain as we rounded the corner by the old gamekeepers cottage.

I think everyone enjoyed it, and although we over ran by about 30 minutes plus, taking 2 and a half hours, some of us retired to the Arabian Horse for a well deserved drink! Some news that perhaps surprised the visitors was the recently uncovered papers of a potential gift of the Triumphal Arch to the Americans in 1976 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of their Declaration of Independence. Clearly as the arch still dominates the countryside, it never happened, but an interesting tale itself. Further information is on the Parlington web site.
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Postby parlington » Sun 20 Jul, 2014 7:59 pm

I'm NOT doing another Parlington walk/talk this coming September 2014, as part of the Heritage weekend, as per the one last year. Due to a number of changes, the old hall has been re-furbished and some new people are about to move in, as I have not met them I felt it would be inappropriate to host the walk and visit the hall. Without that as the key location the other aspects fall away in significance, so reluctantly I will not be doing it... maybe next year!
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Postby Croggy1 » Mon 21 Jul, 2014 1:00 am

That's a shame, I enjoyed last year's walk. As you say, maybe next year ...

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Re: The rise and fall of Parlington hall

Postby parlington » Sun 19 Apr, 2015 11:14 pm

A post has been created regarding the prospect of adding information panels along the route of the old railway in Parlington. Maybe it would have benefitted from being posted here! The link is: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=5630
I hope people will respond and add their interest on my Facebook page about Parlington as this will assist in getting the Parish Council to do something, I hope!

https://www.facebook.com/parlingtonhistory
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Re: The rise and fall of Parlington hall

Postby parlington » Wed 07 Sep, 2016 3:42 pm

The fall of Parlington looks set to descend to new depths if the proposed development takes place. That is to provide up to 5,000 new houses over the next decade or so. If you are alarmed and would like to register a protest about this follow the posts on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/parlingtonhistory

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