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A leisurely start in Shrewsbury and as always a great breakfast all alone in the main banqueting hall No menu here - just ask for anything !! The weather is slowly improving and after a quick grab of a subway sandwich for Donna we set off to Ironbridge. In 1779 the worlds first bridge made out of iron was built here, in today's terms a very short bridge but quite a historic event. ...
... graphic film showing the detonation of nuclear bombs and the affect it has on the surrounding area. The film answered a number of questions Kate and Roy had about nuclear warfare and we are sure this will lead to many more questions from them in the weeks to come as they process what they saw and learnt today.
Tomorrow we will say goodbye to Great Ayton and travel north up to Scotland where we will spend the next six days or so.
... Manor House called Moreton Corbet castle....no entrance guards or parking wardens here - just a free entry. This must have been quite a house in its time, but left to ruin when the owner Robert Corbet died of the plague !! Next stop was Haughmond Abbey, monastic ruins - a sleepy little place with two wardens who happily accepted and bleeped our cards, much to our relief, as the £4.20 per adult entrance fee seems quite excessive ! Even on a band holiday this place was ...
... England, however it was checked when we arrived in Ireland. And when we left Ireland, and arrived back into England, no physical checks were made by either country. We guess the checks are done automatically when you check in with the airline and if there are any issues further checks are done at that time.
Our base for the next 5 nights is the town of Great Ayton located about 1 hour north of York. We have chosen to ...
... was a real treat where the keep imposes massively over the town and the fast flowing river Swale. The castle was originally called Riche Mount, 'the strong hill'. The castle was constructed from 1071 onwards as part of the Norman Conquest of Saxon England as the Domesday Book of 1086 refers to 'a castlery' at Richmond in that year.
Swaledale and Wensleydale – the photos speak for themselves. Included a visit to the Wensleydale Cheese Factory which had ...
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