The gabled front was once half-timbered, but because the timber is no longer exposed it looks quite different today. Over
the doorway was the date 1635 and the initials W A P, standing for William and Anne Penn. There was a hiding place in
the garret, and later in the 19th century a second priest hole was found. One daughter married the minor poet William
Shenstone. By the 1950s, when Harborough Hall was bought by Birmingham corporation, radical repair work was necessary
to the timber, wattle and daub.
Frith photos are now available printed direct onto made-to-measure window blinds and available in either a semi-transparent or blackout fabric finish and fully customisable to fit your window and decor at home.
Individually printed to order!
Custom-fitted to your dimensions, from 500mm to 2000mm
Available in two fabrics: 'Semi-Transparent' or 'Blackout'