Gusting wind, horizontal rain, pigeons and cold are some of the unpleasant things about working on top of the Folly at Wimpole. However, the project does have many benefits and one of them is the amazing view which you get of the Cambridgeshire countryside.
The conservation works continue and we have talked about the Crenulations which will adorn the tower in previous blogs – but it is now happening. The top is prepared and we are about to see the first pieces of new stone inserted which will provide a fitting cap to the tower.
With the aid of modern technology you can now see exactly where our conservators are working and the Magnificent views across the park but watch out you need a head for heights, even whilst sitting in your arm chair. Open the link and scroll around for a 360 of the estate