Sandringham House - Roof Repairs
Work is currently underway to repair a section of lead roof on the north end of Sandringham House. The section of roof is original 1870 construction. In order to carry out the works safely for both the workers and the fabric of the building it has been necessary to erect scaffolding, including additional cover for the roof once it is exposed to the elements.
If weather conditions allow a crane will be working on the morning of Monday 7th October to remove sections of scaffolding. Please note that for your safety we may need to close off sections of the garden whilst the crane is working.
We apologise for any inconvenience whilst these essential works take place.
Canine Seasonal Illness
Please be aware that August and September are the months where in the past cases of Canine Seasonal Illness have been seen at Sandringham.
SCI is a rare illness which has dramatically declined in numbers since 2010 No-one understands the cause of SCI and there is no cure The key symptoms of SCI are vomiting, diarrhoea and tiredness within 72 hours of being in a woodland area. However, this rare condition is not the only reason why these symptoms may be seen; there are lots of other common causes for these symptoms. If you suspect your dog has SCI, please contact your vet as soon as possible.