Whilst we are still locked down and unsure of plans for the year ahead, it was a delight to see these beautiful photos of The Weaver’s House in the snow.
The photos were taken by our resident, Charlie, and you can read about his experience moving into the site last year, here.
A snow day would have been a very different matter for the residents of these little cottages in medieval times. There were no windows installed then, for a start, just cloth to keep out the draughts. The nearby River Sherbourne would probably have frozen. Nowadays we don’t see snow that often, so we are grateful to Charlie for sending us these pics (especially as taking them from his vantage point means they are untroubled by footprints!).