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We woke today to a wet gloomy morning. Today we drove to Blenheim Palace which is in the village of Woodstock just outside of Oxford. It is the home of the Duke of Marlborough and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. There is an interesting exhibition about Winston Churchill , including some of his paintings. Did you know some of his ...
It has been an inspiring few weeks with Sue, working with the Diocese and learning so much about the changing nature of education in the UK. Today that culminated in a day to review and plan with Sue, thoroughly enjoyable and the venue, The Saxon Mill in Warwick, to be ...
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After parking the car we walked onto the high street, we remembered some of it from last time. For example, Sarah remembered the statue of a joker and we all recognized the street and the café that we had breakfast at 4 years ago. We looked around the shops a bit before going into a souvenir shop where they sold funny t-shirts and badges. Some of the ...
... Baker Brothers’ café was there …
We decided to return to the Motor Museum that we went to 10 years ago, and met Brum. Thankfully, dogs were allowed in and so no one had to wait outside . We were happy to find that the museum had gotten a larger collection of old modes of transport than last time. At first there was only old cars, with pictures of famous people in ...
... years as a folly by a minor nobleman and dedicated to his wife. The manor that owned the Tower was owned by George Harrison of Beetles fame. He bought the manor for the Hari Krishnas to live. Now manor and Tower owner by National Trust. We then drove to our B&B called The Olive Branch Inn. Building is a couple hundred years old. Built in 1592! Nice inn keepers. Had dinner and more ales at The Swan pub in town. Dinner wasn't that ...