|Stockbridge - a lovely little town which has connections with Lillie Langtry, Edward VII's mistress |
We also saw this beautiful wisteria covered wall
but best of all …..we got some bread when we went for coffee - to feed the ducks and saw these…
We spent the afternoon in Winchester - a beautiful city!
First - the Great Hall-this was used for court scenes in 'Wolf Hall' - a BBC series
After a light lunch we visited the Old Mill - they still make flour there!
The garden at the back was so peaceful!
We saw the Buttercross in the town centre and a modern touch up a side street too
A trip to the cathedral was on our list too, sadly some of it was covered in scaffolding but we did manage a few shots
The next day was Saturday - crop day!!!
Burbage where the crop is held is full of beautiful old buildings.
These were taken by hubby last year - the weather was a great improvement this year!
We saw beautiful views on the way back to our B and B
The Crop? Aah! You will have to take a look on Wednesday - but if you can't wait you can see some photos on Julia's, Helen's and Lunch Lady Jan's blogs!!
Thanks for looking, Chris
Monday, 18 May 2015
The Crop - part 1
Posted by pearshapedcrafting at 17:55:00