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Good bike storage, excellent kitchen, exciting vibrant area, close to manchester centre and lots of attractions.
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... entirely owned and very few, if any, still rented to employees. William became an art collector - at first to find paintings suitable for advertising soap. In the Gallery was the Bubbles painting that as a child I remember advertising Pears soap. Pears was a rival, but was taken over by Lever brothers about 1915. So William (later Lord Leverhulme) built the art gallery and named it for his wife, and built a ...
... Bury. As with the other towns, these churches date back over 1000 years. You can see some of the add-ons over the years, but the basic old Norman churches are still intact.
After so much disappointment earlier on our trip, it was emotionally pleasing to actually visit the churches of our ancestors – and to find some gravestones with relatives’ names on them – an incredible feeling. We also found names on ...
Thursday 17th July - Bollington
After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...
... the night.
Tuesday 15th July - Bollington
Sue & Ken took us to Dunham Massey an NT house which has been set up with its layout as a WW1 Auxiliary Hospital. Actors played short scenes from the period & the beds have the histories of individual patients of the time. The whole thing was very moving & quite disturbing. We then walked around on ...
... about. We went to a place called tea cup, which was recommend to me by someone I met in China who lives in Manchester. Funny how small the world is. It was delicious! I was introduced to something called clotted cream. Which is just solid whip cream that you layer on a scone and it tastes like smiles and sunshine. Mix that with some Earl Grey tea and you have one happy Jasmine. I will be having many afternoon teas when I return to Seattle and you are welcome to ...