Woningplan must rood a 325-year-old stolpboerderij.

Castricum – The Stolpboerderij is a municipality in the Dutch province of Noord-Holland. This sort of boerderij first appeared in this province over fifty years ago. MOOI Noord-Holland Adviesorganisatie heeft een inventarisatie van alle stolpen in Noord-Holland gemaakt in opdracht van de provincie. He discovered 4846 stolpboerderijen, of which 767 are protected monuments. Cronenburg aan de Heemstederweg is one of them. The invariably created stolpboerderij must be rood of the ondergang when it comes to housing development.

Cronenburg Boerderij is centrally located in the uitgestrekte weiland. According to historical research, this kapital boerderij was built about 1695. Bakstenen from the verwoeste kasteel Cronenburg, which is located next to the stond, were used in the construction. Cronenburg has a number of castles built over the centuries. The central houten draagconstructie and portions of the walls date from the 17th century and have not been altered. Cronenburg is a provincial historic site.

shabby state

The building has been in a bad state for a number of years due to long-term neglect. There are gates in the rieten dak, and draagmuren are on the move. If this happens, the building would suffer irreversible damage. Gloort Hoop, maar. Cronenburg’s owners have developed a hergebruik strategy, which is being monitored by MOOI Noord-Holland experts. The plan calls for the construction of three large living quarters within the boerderij. All of the stolp’s specific construction elements remain intact, as is required for a building with monument status.

Long and winding roads

This new plan represents the beginning of a long and winding path. As a result, it must be approved by the province and the municipality. And, because the use of the pand varies from bedrijfspand (boerderij) to homes, it is necessary to adapt: a technique. This will take at least a year to complete. When this is behind the rug, the construction may commence, and the old stolp is removed. The Stichting Alkmaardermeeromgeving is one of the organisations working to ensure Cronenburg’s survival. Het roept gemeente en provincie op om te helpen om de verdere verval van Cronenburg te stoppen en aan de nieuwe bestemming voor dit provinciaal monument te werken. (Photo courtesy of Ernst Mooij)

During the Open Tuinendagen, the Kaptein Rommel Tuin is open.

Castricum is a Latin word that means “castrate.” This year, during the Groei & Bloei Open Tuinenweekend on Saturday, June 19th, from 11 a.m. to 16 a.m., the Tuin of Kapitein Rommel will be open to the public once more. The Open Tuinenweekend offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit a variety of unusual tuins. Every tuin has its own personality, whether it’s large tuins, little private tuins, or tuins with views and sounds.

You’ll find a wide variety of plants in the Tuin of Kapitein. Borders and stinsenbosjes, a natural deel, a large vijver, plantenkas, and a lovely kruidentuin Kapitein Rommel has not yet authorised the waterval. In the middle of the day, there is a roundtable discussion with information on all of this. After the roundabout, you may relax with a cup of coffee, tea, or kruidenthee from your own garden.

Make sure to pay attention to Marije Samuels’ exhibition in the meeting room. De natuur regains all of its schoonheid as a result of her more tekenings and schilderijen. More information can be found at (Photo credit: aangeleverd)

Castricum – On the 11th of June, the UIT Festival will take place in and around Geesterhage. Burgmeester Toon Mans will launch the festival at 11.30 a.m. on Sunday. Mans:,,Wonderful idea to organise this festival. There is a lot to see in the middle of the day. I’m definitely going to look and listen.”

Pelzer Ans Door

The programme is presented by culture coach Edgar Nijman on the pleinpodium, one of the three locations where it will be held. The opening act is performed by four young slagwerkers (photo). Anita Mooiweer, Geesterhage’s director, encouraged everyone to walk as much as possible to the UIT Festival. (Photo credit: aangeleverd)

Barbara Jonk exposes herself in De Woude Kerk.

De Woude – De Woude – De Woude – De Beeldende kunstenares Barbara Jonk (Grootschermer) exposeert in kerkje De Kemphaan op eiland De Woude in het weekend van zaterdag 11 en zondag 12 juni. Barbara Jonk’s 50-year kunstenaarschap is the subject of the tentoonstelling ‘Een kleurrijk leven.’

Barbara Jonk (1955), an Amsterdam native, has been writing and painting since she was a child. Since her 13th birthday, she has been assisting her father, Nic Jonk, with his beeldhouwersatelier. The reduction in pay that she receives from him is significant for her future as a sculptor. On her 15th birthday, she buys an oven and opens her first atelier in the stookhok with her parents. She had her first exhibition at Galerie Facet in Amsterdam in 1972. There will be a lot of things to do in both the inside and outside of the country.

Museum Hannema de Steurs sells its work to businesses. Jonk also illustrates a set of poems by her mother, Greet Jonk-Commandeur. In the years 1979-1991, she wants to improve the eenzaamheid of her atelier and work for reclamation agencies (Heerhugowaard, Bergen, Amsterdam en Amstelveen). Saskia starts her own Art & Design studio with her sister, where she designs a variety of kunstboeken. Barbara has two sons, and her work is regularly on display in a variety of galleries as well as on open days at her own atelier in Grootschermer. (Photo credit: aangeleverd)


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