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Paul Coleman, Project Manager, gives us a quick update on the latest news at the Folly.
Well if you’ve read our blog post about the Crenulations, Merlons and Machicolations (the bits which sit on top of the Gothic Folly top) the exciting news is the stone has arrived on site and our stone masons have started to mark out and shape the pieces which will sit on top of the tower. 152 more words
On Saturday, Ol Pejeta announced that Suni, one of the last Norther White Rhinos, was dead.
“Suni was one of the four northern whites residing on Ol Pejeta Conservancy. 236 more words
The Arrow Slits
This week, Cliveden Conservation Conservator, Andrea Walker, talks us through the restoration of the arrow slits on the Folly Project.
Arrow slits, also referred to as loopholes, arrow loops or bow loops, are the narrow vertical windows from which castle defenders would have launched arrows from a sheltered position. 266 more words
In an article published today (21/10/2014) the SCMP details how a disputed reef in the South China Sea has been transformed into the largest island in the… 357 more words