A fairytale castle on the Welsh coast is a monument to Victorian escapism, reports Marsya Lennox
The lover of old houses and social history will be unable to resist learning more about Wickhamford Manor, reports Marsya Lennox
Meticulous restoration means that Rex House has never looked better, reports Marsya Lennox…..
Glebe House holds onto its classic looks, its acres and its outbuildings – a perfect package in prime borderland, reports Marsya Lennox
A view to Fulford Golf Course and a heated swimming pool are among the valuable selling points of The Old Tannery near Wythall.
International buyers are helping to boost the UK market, according to upmarket agency Knight Frank.
Housebuilder Crest Nicholson is to launch a new scheme at Holmer in Hereford.
Solihull-based chartered surveyor, Andrew Spittle MRICS and Nav Sharma, senior partner with Ruxton Estate Agents have formed a new partnership.
The party’s over and Britain faces a “sober decade” with the threat of trade wars plunging the world into a 1930s-style depression, Bank of England Governor Mervyn King warned Black Country business leaders last night.
A unique new study module has been developed for Aston University’s Lifelong Learning Network Consortium. It is being launched this Thursday 21st October at Eastside Café, 99 Coventry Street in Digbeth B5 5NY, from 6-8pm. Eastside Café recently won the sustainable procurement category in Be Birmingham’s Green Restaurant Award Scheme. They will be serving locally sourced canapés and wine.
Ros Dodd has a request…… Can I, first of all, beg you to set aside judgement over my choice of television viewing: I know it’s pretty low-grade, but it gives me pleasure.
It also gives me a lump in my throat and, at times, eyes that are far from dry. I’m talking about X Factor, that cornucopia of talent, tantrums and tears. Little of the first, you might argue, but certainly bucketfuls of the last.
Ros Dodd’s column…….. “(David Miliband’s wife) did not accompany him to a private room to hear the news first, but was sat immediately behind him in the main hall when the result was flashed to the rest of the delegates.”