Dormy House Hotel
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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 ...
Today has been a lovely sunny day, 18 degrees so we decided this would be a good opportunity to see a bit of the country side. We drove to the small village of Snowshill and then along the very very narrow roads to lovely Lower and upper Slaughter. On our way we saw our first squirrel running across the road and a red telephone ...
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 ...
... the park we came across a picture with head cut-outs of Shakespeare plays. Bethany, Sarah and Charlie went in the 3 witches and Mammy and Daddy went in Romeo and Juliet.
We then had another look around the shops before Bethany returned to the shop to get the badge and we headed back to the car park. After getting in the car and going home we went straight to the park ...
... rain started again. Thankfully, we still had the umbrella, however, Mammy had a hard time trying to get the dog to walk. After a while, Daddy and Charlie went to get the car whist we looked in a couple more shops. First we went in an old-fashioned sweet shop where Sarah got a dip-dap, then a gift shop where Bethany got a Snozzle, which is a glasses holder that looks a bit like ...