Packwood House – National Trust

Packwood House is situated in Solihul near Lapworth in Warwickshire, it is a tudor mansion that has origins of the 15th century. History discovered by the National Trust shows that the house was built in the late 16th Century for a John Fetherston, who was a prosperous Warwickshire farmer. Packwood has tall Tudor chimneys with... Continue Reading →

Hanbury Hall – National Trust

Hanbury Hall and Gardens is a country manor house based near Droitwich Spa, the house was built in the early 1700s, with 20 acres of gardens and a further 400 acres of parkland to explore. The Hanbury Estate was located within the boundaries of the Royal Forest of Feckenham, sadly its royal status was lost... 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 →

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