Peer's estate is demolished after his Facebook page locked on lockdown if & # 39; save the NHS, bankrupt everyone else & # 39; in a poorly rated post that was not forwarded to complaints
- Lord Somerleyton's Grade II estate criticized lockdown on Facebook
- Page critical shutdown for & # 39; saving & # 39; e NHS, the bankruptcy of all others & # 39;
- Somerleyton Hall is hosted by hotel owner Hugh Crossley, 4th Baron Somerleyton
Lord Somerleyton's Suffolk estate has come under fire for criticizing & # 39; lockdown as & # 39; saving the & # 39; NHS, bankrupting everyone else & # 39 ;.
A photo of & # 39; front of & # 39; An outside of the Class II-listed hall at Lowestoft was posted on Facebook today with a title that claimed the lockdown.
The title, available from a screenshot of & # 39; mail that was forwarded to complaints, reads: & # 39; Conclusion … keep the NHS bankruptcy from anyone else … we will be very excited if these fine doors can swing open and welcome you again.
An image of & # 39; front exterior of & # 39; A Class II-listed hall at Lowestoft was posted on Facebook today with a title that doesn't seem to complain about the lockdown
In a statement, a Somerleyton Hall spokeswoman told MailOnline: & # 39; We want to apologize irresponsibly for any crimes we may have caused in connection with an ill-advised comment that was made earlier today.
& # 39; The post has since been deleted. The NHS and all workers in the front line do the most incredible job in a very difficult time for everyone. & # 39;
Hugh Crossley, 4th Baron Somerleyton
Scientists who advise the government believe that imprisonment of home and social distance are necessary to slow down the spread of the new coronavirus.
However, there is concern that the closure of companies in the service sector, the increase of thousands of workers and the recent decision by some companies to dismiss employees – all the consequences of & # 39; e storage – causing the worst economic crisis since the 1930s Great Depression.
Economists have argued that the lockdown costs Britain £ 2.4 billion a day, while a Bank of England official recently warned that the lockdown was causing an economic downturn that may not have felt in the United Kingdom for centuries .
The post from Somerleyton Hall – uploaded to Facebook noon Tuesday – provoked outrage among social media users who claim they were amazed by his tone. It was later deleted.
Lord Somerleyton – hotel owner and restaurant Hugh Crossley – is believed to be isolating himself on the estate. He is married to Lara Bailey, with whom he has three children.
Somerleyton Hall is famous as one of & # 39; s most beautiful Victorian Stately homes in & # 39; t United Kingdom. It is currently held by Hugh Crossley, 4th Baron Somerleyton
Somerleyton Hall is famous as one of & # 39; s most beautiful Victorian Stately homes in & # 39; t United Kingdom. It is currently held by Mr. Crossley, 4th Baron Somerleyton.
The house, set in East Anglia, is usually used for wedding parties, private parties, and holidays. It is closed to the public during the pandemic.
The formal gardens cover 12 acres and form part of the 5,000-acre estate, while the interior is lined with portraits of & # 39; the Crossley family.
The Somerleyton estate has been home to powerful figures for almost 900 years, including MP Sir Samuel Morton Peto, according to the Hall website.