During my July visit to Salisbury I was rather taken with Roly’s Fudge Pantry’s presentation of Stonehenge. An article from the Salisbury Journal provided more information:
STONEHENGE has had a tasty makeover in time for National Fudge Day which takes place today [June 16, 2016].
Roly’s Fudge Pantry has unveiled what is dubbed as ‘Fudgehenge’ for the [...]
As is often the way we set off on our travels slightly later than intended. Along the way we stopped off at a garden centre for a cup of tea, it wasn’t quite time for lunch and the menu choice was limited. We were almost in Wells and it was well past lunch time when [...]
‘A man from Gieves, the naval outfitters, came to measure me for my uniform, the trying on of which my father personally supervised. I was proud of the blue, round jacket with its brass buttons and cadet’s white collar tab and of my naval cap, and paraded in them before my sister and brothers.’
From the Three Saints website:
The medieval church of St Lawrence in the Square is of great interest, not only for its unusual square design but also for its fine 17th-century ‘king-post’ roof and its ancient site. There was a church on the site before the Norman conquest, and it was incorporated into William the Conqueror’s palace [...]
For some reason I felt rather lethargic on Sunday (yesterday) and struggled to get myself going. I had planned a short cycle ride but the dull weather made me hesitate. I read a book for a while, made and ate my lunch, read a bit more and then I forced myself to go ahead [...]