Kilworth House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... This church is not far away from us as the crow flies, but it will be a mile and a half walk for us tomorrow which will take about 35 mins to get there.
Very soon we shall have to toss our coin again to see whether we go straight ahead along the Erewash Canal to Eastwood which is NW of Nottingham,or right towards Nottingham along Sawley Cut or left along the Trent and Mersey Canal towards Birmingham. The mystery
... winter. Green is the colour of life and in particular, the triumph of life after death, spring over winter, with green man carvings known to date back to Roman times in Britain.
In medieval times,, the crowning of the May Queen, dances by milkmaids and an appearance of Jack-in-the-green, were all elements of the celebrations. jack was a dancer or a walking bush of greenery which was called a maypole. Maypoles and revelry were banned in the 16th ...
... see the dragonfly at the centre of the maze. We made it!!! The buildings and surrounds so beautiful - the weather, well english I guess!!
Through Upper and Lower Slaughter and onto Stow-on-the-wold (known for the gypsy horse markets later in the year) for a cuppa before supper and cinema in Northhampton.
Rugged up this morning for a walk in the fields and onto lunch at the local pub.
Great time in the village with Rob and Gwen. ...
After this we visited the materials lab and then the impact testing centre. In materials, they are investigating new super strength lightweight materials, like carbon fibre, that can be used in aviation, motorsport etc. The impact testing centre is responsible for crash testing of all the Formula 1 vehicles as well as many other applications. Finally, we visited the energy building ...
... a husband and they signified fertility etc. Two paintings along from that was a nobleman portrayed as an Irish rebel and wearing the ‘costume’ which was a shirt only and bare legs! That made you look twice. Further on was a lovely family portrait of and English family in India with their ayah, the daughter and ayah looked beautiful. In the last gallery I was very taken with ‘Brown Eyes’, the photo doesn’t do ...