Hendrix at Home

Discovering Hendrix at Handel & Hendrix in London

Post 52: On the move

As you may have noticed, the project is gaining momentum here at Handel House and yesterday we relocated our offices from the Hendrix Flat to the room below. This is the first of the ‘physical’ changes and even though we have known about it for some time, it was very strange for it to be actually happening. I was feeling quite nostalgic about my desk last week where I have been working at for the past 3 years, but it’s quite a novelty to now have everyone in one space. I’ve included some images below of the day which went surprisingly smoothly!

At the start of the day and 4 desks have already been moved - 2 to go!

At the start of the day and 4 desks have already been moved – 2 to go!

 

Careful hands moving our large desks down our 18th century stairs

Careful hands moving our large desks down our 18th century stairs

 

Our skillful movers taking great care of their surroundings but you can see it taking its toll

Our skillful movers taking great care of the surroundings but you can see it taking its toll

 

Staff member Luke takes on leveling our desks on our uneven floors

Staff member Luke is tasked with leveling our desks on our uneven floors

 

Looking more like an office now

Looking more like an office now

 

Here we all are - happy and settled in our new office.

Here we all are – happy and settled in our new office.

 

Enthusiasm level: Nervously excited
Progress: Relocation, relocation, relocation
Quote: Say cheese!

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About Ella Roberts

I am the Communications Officer at Handel House Museum

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