Chirk Castle: National Trust

This weekend I visited Chirk Castle in Wales, just outside of Wrexham. It’s owned by the National Trust and with over 700 years of history it’s one of the last castles from the period which is still lived in today! With award-winning gardens covering 5.5 acres of manicured lawns, herbaceous borders, beautiful flower beds, rock... Continue Reading →

Shugborough Estate National Trust

A week ago I visited Shugborough Estate as part of the National Trust. It was a first for me, as I’ve never been to Shugborough, the weather was typically English with rainy spells and glorious sunshine! Shugborough has been shaped by the changing tastes, interests and fortunes of its creators and those who have lived... Continue Reading →

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