P.L. Henderson, as he was usually referred to, was a long-time visitor to Lundin Links, captain of Lundin Golf Club 1899-1900 and architect of both the Lundin Golf Club House and the Lundin Links hotel. Born in Edinburgh in 1848, Henderson designed many buildings from his Edinburgh base (often public houses and breweries) many of which are listed in the Dictionary of Scottish Architects at:
Described as a "versatile and deservedly popular captain" by the Evening Post in 1900, P.L. Henderson oversaw such events as the fireworks at Homelands Park described in yesterday's blog post. He was also involved in other social and fund-raising activities in the village as one of the regular summer visitors (including a concert in aid of the local brass band). More tomorrow on the opening of the above club house and more to come on the opening of the Lundin Links Hotel...
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