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We’re (briefly) in the Telegraph Weekend section!

For a couple of hours on Monday we almost felt like celebrities, with a photographer here from the Daily Telegraph snapping away at John and me and Tom’s and Douglas’s Barns from every angle. Sadly, we didn’t look quite look the celebrity picture but it was fun while it lasted and Gabriel the photographer was charming.

This followed an interview over the telephone by Claudine Beaumont, a journalist from the Daily Telegraph. I had been understandably surprised and apprehensive when the editor of the Weekend section emailed to ask if I would be agreeable, but Claudine made it all very easy and unfrightening – in fact she was so easy to talk to it was positively enjoyable.

After all this excitement, we heard nothing. Would an article appear at all? Would we and our barns be mentioned? We really didn’t know what to expect when the paper arrived this morning. Eventually we spotted something.

In today’s Weekend Section at the very end of an article by Claudine Beaumont on page 3 entitled ‘Cashing in on the Digital Age’ you might just spot, if you look hard, a column and a half about how John and I use web technology for running Tom’s and Douglas’s Barns (our self-catering holiday cottage accommodation and note, not guest house in case you were wondering!). Not a photograph to be seen, which is probably understandable and quite a relief but also in a way quite strange after all the photographic activity!

Anyway, do have a look; it makes me seem much wiser and more knowledgable than I am or feel! We will put up the link to the article when the Saturday paper goes online.

Discussion

4 comments for “We’re (briefly) in the Telegraph Weekend section!”

  1. By the way, I didn’t claim to be a wow at search engine optimisation – rather to the contrary, I said I had a lot to learn and a lot to do on our own website!

    Posted by Marion F-S | May 22, 2010, 12:40 pm
  2. Love all the bird photos. It is a shame that you can’t get sound on as well. The bird song this evening in Parwich was amazing. Aren’t we lucky we live somewhere quiet enough to actually enjoy the sounds of nature!

    Posted by American Deb | June 3, 2010, 9:33 pm
    • You’re so right, Debbie.
      The birdsong is amazing, and so at the moment are all the lovely scents outside – roses, lilac, honeysuckle – which one can’t represent on a computer.

      Posted by Marion F-S | June 3, 2010, 10:49 pm
  3. Rather dozily, we have only just woken up to the fact that there is a link to the Daily Telegraph article which wasn’t there when we looked at the time. For those that have the time, the bit about us takes some searching – a few paragraphs about half way down on the left…

    Posted by Marion F-S | January 7, 2011, 12:01 am

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