BBC focuses on Broomfield restoration

IMG_2863The efforts to save Broomfield House are set to hit the screens tomorrow.

Restoring England’s Heritage on BBC One looks at the heritage in danger of being lost in London.

Filming took place a few weeks ago, but it is not known how how much time the programme will devote to Broomfield, or how it will view the fate of the house.

Presented by Gyles Brandreth, the programme will be shown at 7.30pm as part of the channel’s regional programming slot. If you arent around, you can view it on iPlayer here from tomorrow evening: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03k1zp8

 

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2 Responses to BBC focuses on Broomfield restoration

  1. Elizabeth Wright says:

    I watched the programme regarding Broomfield Park House on BBC this evening, and found it quite depressing. I remember the House so well, in all its glory, especially the beautiful staircase.
    Soldiers were billeted there during the war and I was invited to play the piano (?) for a ‘sing song’.
    There was a tea room where my Mother often had cup of tea and a cake ! Happy memories.

  2. Adrian Perkins says:

    I remember the house so well from my childhood, its so sad to see it in the condition that it is in today, lets hope that lottery funding becomes available to restore the outside, then time can be taken to get the interior back to its former glory.

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