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Fundraising campaign aims to put roof over historic Scottish manor for the first time in six years


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Fundraising campaign aims to put roof over historic Scottish manor for the first time in six years

The new roof is expected to be in place by Christmas this year, part of a large restoration project launched after much of the house was destroyed by fire in 2019.

 

Local company HEIM have already been enlisted to take on the project.

Uwe Brandstatter from firm said he was honoured to be part of such an “important and unique heritage project”.

“With Boleskine House being one of the oldest buildings on Loch Ness side, this project stands out in our experience of building work in the Highlands,” he said.

 

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/inverness/3465443/fundraising-campaign-aims-to-put-roof-over-historic-scottish-manor-for-the-first-time-in-six-years/


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Good for them (the owner[s] and the roof-man). Yes, since the walls are still intact, a roof is next in line - to protect all the future restoration under the roof.

They are doing a better job than the Committee to Save Cefalu. Of course, their aim is to restore and then make money. Please consult your I Ching, or other divinatory device, to determine if this is Black Magic, or not.


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