Monday, May 26, 2008

Heritage hut

As reported in the Journal by Tony Henderson, Judi Hill's 100-year-old former ferryman's hut is probably the smallest heritage centre in the North East of England. The 9ft x 7ft hut, used as storage for the last few decades, has been given a wash and brush up and turned into a titchy museum celebrating the life of local historic ferrymen and fishermen. “I am a bit of a hut person," she told Henderson. "It isn’t just about men and their huts, there are also women and their huts."
Via Shedblog

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