Earl Of Glasgow: Let’s Keep Colorful Street Art On Historic Castle Indefinitely

Earl Of Glasgow: Let’s Keep Colorful Street Art On Historic Castle Indefinitely
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The Earl of Glasgow has asked if the graffiti can remain a permanent feature of the historic Kelburn castle.

Kyana Gordon
  • 31 august 2011

Patrick Boyle, The Earl of Glasgow, has sought permission from the North Ayrshire Council to keep the internationally renowned street art adorning his historical home indefinitely. Kelburn Castle has remained in the family for well over 800 years, and the colorful graffiti was temporarily permitted for scheduled renovations to repair the masonry work on the 13th century castle. A three year limit was placed on the mural, pending the start of work to replace the harling render on the exterior of the turret.

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