If you’ve seen my post “Wrest Park – My Favourite Place” you’ll know how much I love visiting Wrest, so I thought I’d share with you some of the other photographs I have taken there. If you haven’t read the post, or you want to refresh your memory it is here.
The inspiration for this post comes from “Woman & Home” magazine who have a celebrity “Loves & Hates” every month.
Tony Blackburn – he recently took over the “Sounds of the Sixties” slot on Radio 2 and I think is he doing a fabulous job. The slot moved to 6am from 8am which I think is a bit early for his humour, and he is not everyone’s cup of tea, but he makes me chuckle and I enjoy the music that is played. Continue reading “Loves & Hates – March”
Last Thursday the hubby and I went to Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire, which is in the care of the National Trust.
We have visited the house and estate a few times, but had not visited the folly since it and the Gothic Tower had been restored in 2015. It was rather chilly that day, so we stopped for a warm scone and coffee in the cafe before we set off exploring. Continue reading “A DAY OUT AT: Wimpole Estate”
I was going to write a post today about my day out on Thursday at Wimpole Hall, but having seen Beauty and the Beast yesterday, that went out of the window. Continue reading “REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast”
A couple of weeks ago, hubby and I went to the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage to see Beyond the Barricade, a musical theatre group who perform hits from the musicals. We have seen them a couple of times and each time, we are blown away by how awesome they are, performances often end with a standing ovation. Continue reading “REVIEW: Beyond the Barricade”
I have been visiting Wrest Park for a number of years and I can honestly say it is one of my favourite English Heritage sites, so I was rather excited to be approached by Lily (one of their Historic Properties Stewards) and asked to write a few words on “My Favourite Place” in Wrest Park. Continue reading “Wrest Park – My Favourite Place”