You probably can’t get a more quintessentially British day out than a visit to the Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens. Well you can but only if you visit on the annual Dad’s Army Croft & Perry day that is – which is where I found myself last Sunday.
So along with a ramshackle collection of variously aged fans of I immersed myself (not literally) in brass bands, steam (and traction) engines, an english garden countryside and a whole host of television performers who would be virtually anonymous outside of the confines of the day – in fact it was only towards the end of a short conversation with Bill Pertwee about the weather (what else) that I realised that it was he.
In fact such a great trip out is a visit to the Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens they have installed medical equipment to resolve any problems associated with the possibilities of over excitement.
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