If you are an experienced blogger don’t bother reading this. But for those many of us who are not we hope that this series of three ‘Using the Blog’ posts may just help explain away some of the more puzzling and potentially off-putting mysteries.
Comments: Anyone can ‘post a comment’ i.e. write something about a post they have just read. We really hope that gradually more of you will do this so that others can benefit by your recommendations or experiences.
To avoid spammers we now have to check that each comment is genuine before publishing so there may be a delay before your comment goes live.
Anonymity: To avoid being rejected as a spammer you need to have a genuine email address (which we will see but never publish). You can use a pseudonym or your real name – what ever you feel happiest doing.
Finally, I’ll finish with our protocol: The aim of our website and blog is to inform, entertain and involve young and old: our guests past present and future, our family and friends including our many friends and colleagues in Parwich and the surrounding Peak District area.
We will publish any comments that we deem written in good faith (whether critical of us or our barns or not!). However, if ever we considered a comment or photo unsuitable or offensive, for whatever reason, we would not publish it.
It has been really hot here as it has in most parts of the country. We are getting ready for Open Gardens next Sunday, 25 June 2017. The rose above the stone barn has prolific blooms that we are hoping will still be there at the end of the week. Lots of hot air balloons […]
Chatsworth House played host to RHS flower show for the 1st time this year. The setting is delightful and the show gardens all very natural which is lovely to see in this Peak District setting. Peak District Premier Cottages contributed to the sponsorship of the Experience Peak District garden which won a Silver Gilt medal. […]
The Eroica Festival will be taking place at Friden Grange between the 16 and 18 June 2017. This is one of the most popular events in the cycling and festival calendars and Tom’s and Douglas’s Barns are ideally placed being only 5 miles from the venue. You do not even need to get in the […]