Posts Tagged ‘National Trust’

Awake with the sun again. Today we decided to brave the highways of South Devon and initial indications seemed promising. However almost as soon as we settled into the luxuriant comforts of two way traffic we were returned to the single lane roller-coaster ride cut deep into the ground. The positives of this kind of travelling, (if […]

I’m not one to dismiss somewhere easily but boy Wisbech doesn’t have many redeeming features does it ? Given that it’s brought us such historical luminaries as William Godwin, Thomas Clarkson, Octavia Hill and the Rev. W Awdrey it seems such a shame that it’s become so devoid of charm. That said there are at […]

We’re off work for a week, in a fortnight or so, and the first thing planned is a cloud spotting event on Sunday 16th August at the National Trust’s Tattershall Castle with Ian Loxley of the Cloud Appreciation Society. Ian Loxley is known for his many fine cloud based photographs including the legendary ‘Cumulopiggussextoleggus’. Lincolnshire […]