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The Crow House Barn Project: When Theatres Go Dark

The Crow House Barn Project: When Theatres Go Dark

In stage parlance, when a theatre goes dark, it means it is closed. During the World Wars, the IRA terrorist activity during the 1970s and other bad stuff, our West End theatres defiantly stayed open. But not now. In fact, according to The Spectator, the last time our...

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Crow House Barn: the Wedding Business

It's very hard, I promise you, to think about weddings when outside the wind and rain are rattling the windows and in the bigger world, coronavirus seems to be taken hold globally. But think about it, I must, so to try to ease myself into wedding mode, I have just...

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The Crow House Barn Project – Welcome Back!

The Crow House Barn Project – Welcome Back!

In my day job (as in "Don't give up the day job!"), I work in marketing and have done for so many years that nearly all marketing people that I come across weren't even born when I started. But some things, even amongst the plethora of demographic targeting and...

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Sweating the small stuff

Sweating the small stuff

We're in business! So after four months of hard labour, literally, we finally listed Crow House Barn on airbnb two weeks ago. Kind friends, who were keen that we weren't disappointed if our listing landed with a dull thud, said that we mustn't worry if we didn't get...

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The Crow House Barn Project

The Crow House Barn Project

The Crow House Barn Project     First, a little history…       Thirty one years ago, we (which, at that time, was my beloved, our two-year old daughter and me) bought a 17th century gamekeeper’s cottage surrounded by fields with a goodly smattering of...

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Crow House Barn

Burton Leonard, Yorkshire
England
United Kingdom

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