Dear Twitpic Community – thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years. We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. Make your own free website on Tripod. THANKS TO SCOTTY THE BODY FOR PLAYING NAME THAT MIDI! THANKS TO MY MOM FOR PLAYING NAME THAT MIDI! A BIG THANKS TO DOROTHY FOR PLAYING NAME THAT MIDI! THANKS to SCOTTY THE BODY FOR PLAYING NAME THAT MIDI! A BIG THANKS TO DOROTHY FOR NAMING THIS FILE FROM THE LONG LIST OF NAMELESS ONES! If by chance you can name one of these, please do, email me with a title, artist, movie, video game, or etc. Ever since the keep went up in 1345, influential architects from Bruce to Lorimer and Fowler have imbued the building with defining styles, including the earliest example of Palladianism in Scotland.
See paintings by Van Dyke, Raeburn, Lely and Kneller and important artefacts from Mary, Queen of Scots, Charles II and Napoleon. Home to Mary Stuart’s uncle Regent Arran and Privy Council HQ, RAF Satellite Station when 14th Duke was Commandant for Scotland, seat of the Maitlands through their meteoric rise. Visit the dungeon if you dare. Lammemuir Hills, the historic park is home to the stunning White Park Cattle, the closest link to the ancient Aurochs. Trees planted by Kings and Queens, a 600 year-old chestnut and magnificent avenues frame the views. Lennoxlove House is a private home but much of the house is open to the public on specified days between Easter and the end of October for guided tours. On occasion, and by special arrangement, the grounds and the house can be made available for suitable events or for filming. For details of forthcoming events including a world class classical music festival, a vintage car gathering and a charity fundraiser please see the news section. Guided Tours Fully escorted guided tours commence at 12:30pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday afternoons until Thursday 25th October 2018. Subject to changes noted on the News page.
Group Bookings We are delighted to offer group tours and can arrange exquisite afternoon tea or light lunch in the 700 year old barrel vaulted Great Hall. Bespoke Tours For groups of 20 or more it may be possible to arrange a specialist tour tailored to particular interests. Please enquire if your group is keen to hear more on a particular field, era or item here at Lennoxlove. Our Guides We are grateful to our learned and dedicated guides, each bringing the past to life with fresh perspective and interesting anecdotes. Please enquire if you are interested in joining this energetic group. Refreshments Groups can be provided with tea or light lunch by prior appointment. Picnic benches are available for visitors bringing their own refreshments and there are excellent cafes and restaurants in nearby Haddington. Parking Please follow signs to the designated car and coach parking areas. Vehicles including coaches are welcome to drop and collect passengers at the front door, returning to the parking area between those times. Access Wheelchair users are able to see all the tour sights except the chapel which has several steps leading down.
There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor and a lift to the first floor. The house is extremely old and understandably some floors are uneven. General There are no facilities for the storage of property. We respectfully ask that bulky items are left in a safe place. Photography is not permitted in the house. Please remain with your guide at all times and follow instructions regarding emergency procedures or other as requested. From Edinburgh, leave the A1 at the second Haddington exit, Abbotsview Junction. At the roundabout take the B6369 towards Gifford. Cross over the traffic lights in Haddington and a hump back bridge as you leave the town. No More ‘I Love You’s” is a song written by David Freeman and Joseph Hughes and originally recorded by them as The Lover Speaks.
No More ‘I Love You’s” was the debut single for The Lover Speaks. M Records in early 1986, the band soon began recording their debut album with Jimmy Iovine as co-producer. In July, “No More ‘I Love You’s” was released as the first single from the album and reached No. 58 in the UK Singles Chart. It was the duo’s only UK chart entry because the album and successive singles failed to chart. No More ‘I Love You’s” had been the first song written by Freeman and Hughes as The Lover Speaks. It was then demoed again with the same line-up at Pathway Studios. A music video was filmed to promote the single. In America, it received active rotation on MTV. M in the UK, Germany, France, Australia, America and Canada.