Wimpole Estate and Home Farm @ National Trust

Wimpole Estate is situated in Cambridge, it is a very large estate that inhabits Wimpole Hall and Home Farm. I visited Wimpole at the end of September on a rather bleak day, but the hall, gardens and parkland left an impressive mark on me, I couldn't believe how beautiful the estate and hall are. The... Continue Reading →

IWM Duxford

On the third day of our holiday to Cambridge we headed to the Imperial War Museum Duxford. My boyfriend had shown me some pictures of his visit three of four years ago, the images looked amazing but they didn't prepare me for what I was going to witness. There are nine buildings to explore at... Continue Reading →

My Visit to Cambridge

Hi everyone, I would normally do an 'September Monthly Reflection', however this past week I have been on holiday in Cambridge, so I thought I would share what I did during my visit instead. My visit to Cambridge started after arriving on the outskirts and traveling on the bus into the city centre. We arrived... Continue Reading →

Bletchley Park

Holding a unique history of how the British overcame German, Italian and Japanese ciphers, Bletchley Park is where the World War Two codebreaking operation took place. The contribution of men and women whose roles made the allied victory a possibility cannot be overstated! Previously, I’d only heard of Bletchley Park in a film, The Imitation... Continue Reading →

Tour Of Britain Stage 5

Yesterday saw the return of the Tour of Britain to the north-west! Riders headed from Alderley Park in Alderley edge all the way through the Cheshire countryside to finish on Sankey Street in Warrington. I was able to experience the start at Alderley Park with thousands of people turned up to see the riders set... Continue Reading →

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