Dear friends of “Little Britain”,
the recent media response in the English-speaking world has been tremendous with coverage from the BBC, British Forces BFBS and even RT UK.
As many of you will already know my little collection of Cornish telephone boxs, double decker busses, Robin
Dear friends and supporters of ”Little Britain“
please let me try to summarize what has been going on during the last weeks.
“Little Britain“ has enjoyed tremendous support from all sides. Neighbors, that I had no personal contact to before, came by assuring me of their support.
Just a few days ago I returned from Scotland from my holidays – while my sons, the teams and the office were on duty for our customers – and I am still overwhelmed how much support there is for “Little Britain“ from nearly all sides.
I appreciate this even more since this includes neighbors I haven’t even met in person before.
The Daily Star wrote about our newest attraction at Baumdienst Siebengebirge’s Little Britain.
Yes, I did it again ;-)
We now have two beautiful Double Decker Busses which will also be available for rent for company events and birthday parties!
The winter has returned and covered „Little Britain“ with snow. Despite freezing temperatures our little exhibition proves to be as attractive as before. Especially during weekends lots of walkers come by to visit on their way through the Kasbachtal (Kasbachvalley). And the media are continuing their coverage on “Little Britain” as well. I would never have dreamt to eventually become part of
When Robert Hardman called me on the phone I first thought this was some kind of hoax - as I am not part of the royal family. At least my parents never told me ;-). So therefore why would Daily Mail columnist Robert Hardman ask for an appointment to come by to do an article on “Little Britain”?
Well, Robert arrived from London right the next day and we sat down together with my wife
Our "Little Britain" story at Baumdienst Siebengebirge has not only been covered by British tabloid press giants like The Sun but also many mainstream international news agencies and news networks.
Read the articles (or watch the videos) by clicking the links.
The German media has been in a frenzy over the past few weeks, reporting of our latest acquisition to "Little Britain". The story has now crossed the language gap back to English as the General Anzeiger Bonn began reporting the story to all it's English speaking readers.
You can read their article here:
After the German Press Agency (dpa) had discovered our „Little Britain“ as a fabulous topic for the weekend my telephone didn’t stand still any more.
Some of Germany’s most popular media picked up the story and covered our „Little Britain“ at Baumdienst Siebengebirge. Like "
Our „Little Britain“ including the Queen, Robin Hood's Hideaway; Mr. Bean's Mini and the Centurion-tank all covered with flowers is being widely covered by German TV and radio.
I very much enjoy this as well as countless visitors of Baumdienst Siebengebirge and wanderers through our beautiful Kasbach-valley have enjoyed our little exhibition.
You will find the latest TV reports
Do you enjoy standing in front of a camera? I rather prefer working up 30 meters high in a tree than talking into a microphone. But when the German TV Station DMAX asked for permission to accompany me when my 52 ton childhood dream would be brought to my home at Baumdienst Siebengebirge I just could not say no.
Exciting news: Together with my sons William and Kevin I have been to England for a few days to meet somebody, who will soon be joining Her Majesties inner circle. Welcome Mr. Bean!