…for spotting steam trains.
It is a lovely place to visit not only do you get a guided tour that explains the history and how the mill works. There is also opportunity to walk around the mill pools and through the surrounding woodlands which allow views of the mill from different perspectives.
There is also the opportunity [...]
…Beautiful scenery from my afternoon out and about in Shropshire
Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection.
On August bank holiday Monday we had almost, but not quite recovered from our hectic weekend. We ventured out to visit a garden and enjoy a lunch along the way. Our first port of call was the Dingle Gardens, a place we had not visited before. It wasn’t quite what we were looking for, so [...]
Does the walker choose the path, or the path choose the walker.
The chapel was probably built by the Brockhamptons around 1180. The octagonal font was carved from a single block of stone about the same date. The Domultons inserted the large east window, probably at the time they were building Lower Brockhampton House. The graveyard contains numerous burials – perhaps the remains of the inhabitants of [...]
Nestled at the heart of a 1,700 acre estate this picturesque medieval manor house is the ancient centre of the estate. Surrounded by a moat and borders of colourful flowers, tucked out of sight in the rolling Herefordshire landscape. The house is entered through the charming, unique 15th century timber framed gatehouse.
The manor house has [...]