Most of the Stately Homes we visit have well-appointed kitchens which I duly photograph, and Ormesby Hall is no exception.
But it’s much of a muchness and we’ve seen similar in previous posts. What was unusual at Ormesby was a fully kitted out laundry, so that’s what we’ll look at today.
There’s no need for me to explain anything as that was done brilliantly by the info sheets in there.
Love that they call it WEE BEN, 🙂
so that was a nice surprise for Sophie and me as laundries are usually not given this much attention, and mainly consist of sinks and drainage channels. Good to see how it was all done back in the day, and I remember when I was a kid mangles were still in use in Yorkshire. Possibly still are! 😀
all pictures can be embiggened if you clickety-click on them.
Next time we’ll visit St.Cuthberts Church just across the road from the hall so stay tooned folks!