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Arundel Castle – West Sussex

Arundel Castle in |west Sussex is a picturesque, fairytale castle - it has everything you can want from a castle and a day out.

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Agatha Christie’s Greenway, Devon – National Trust

As a child I wasn’t allowed to watch much TV, I had my regular cartoons and Worzel Gummidge which I loved.  My mum was not a big TV watcher, but what we always, without fail, sat down to enjoy was a good Agatha Christie.  Be it Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot, we were hooked.  I… Continue reading Agatha Christie’s Greenway, Devon – National Trust

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Waverley Abbey, Farnham, Surrey

Deep in the heart of the emerald green trees and the rolling fields of Surrey lies a beautiful stretch of the River Wey.  Just off the main road is an easily missed entrance to a once important Abbey.  An artificial lake, adorned by reeds, rippling with swans, ducks and coots leads you along the path… Continue reading Waverley Abbey, Farnham, Surrey

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Penshurst Place, Kent

Anyone who knows me will know that my ideal day out will consist of 1 of 4 things: a beautiful building, a beautiful beach, beautiful countryside or a beautiful garden. Penhurst Place ticks two of those things...except it's not beautiful...it's stunning, glorious, magical - there's not enough words to describe it. Another place that has… Continue reading Penshurst Place, Kent

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Weald and Downland Museum, Singleton

I have been coming to the Weald and Downland Museum since I was a child  - I have fond memories of hot summer days in the 80's running in and out of the houses, imagining I lived in a Tudor Farmhouse and buying freshly ground flour from the Mill to make cakes and scones at… Continue reading Weald and Downland Museum, Singleton