A brief visit to Whisby Nature Reserve, near Lincoln.
Visited Clumber Park on the 24 October 2019. Unfortunately, during our walk it absolutely bucketed down and as a consequence we got extremely wet after stopping for lunch at the parks tea shop. Well worth the National Trust membership. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clumber-park
Max and I visited Tattershall Castle and Church (adjacent to RAF Coningsby) last month. Really enjoyable National Trust venue. The castle has 800 years of history and you can see the highs and lows of the castle from it’s medieval construction all the way to the restoration, made possible by…
A local agricultural show that features a very wide range of animals, show jumping and ploughing. Information here.
A visit to the moving International Bomber Command Centre near Lincoln. Please visit if you have the opportunity. A memorial spire, walls, peace gardens, and visitor centre that mark the service and sacrifice of World War II aircrew, ground crew and support staff that lost their lives whilst serving with…
Another visit to Hailes Abbey.
Lovely visit to Hidcote in the Autumn.
Marple – 24 June 2018 Buxton and Bakewell – 25 June 2018
A brief 2nd visit to Hailes Abbey, managed by English Heritage and the National Trust. Then a brief stop on the Cotswold Way and an ancient burial ground, Belas Knap.
Buscot House and Gardens are well worth your time. It is managed by the National Trust.
A day out examining caravans and motorhomes at the UK NEC in February 2018.