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... to Belas Knap an ancient monument. If the English use the descriptor 'ancient' you know it's really old. They are pretty liberal with 'antique', 'aged' and terms like 'ye olde' but ancient means that - ancient. Belays Knap is 'just' a mound that was uncovered by a farmer,whilst ploughing his field but it's dated at 5500 BC and contains the remains (as if they would alive!) of at least 5 individuals. It's quite a site and a welcome landmark because it's at the top of a long ...
OK, OK, OK. For those demanding more quiz questions (thanks Neil) here they are.
1. What thatch animal was (and still is) on the roof of a house in Stanton. It is not one of those included in the photos. Small cryptic clues are available upon email request.
2. What's the function of the LHS bit of this stile. No clues as this is an easy question.
3. What's the function ...
... seating and obviously both could sit there and watch you play. Even if they didn't watch the entire match (perhaps before you go out to bat) they could could go next door to the tennis Center and have a hit. Sure it's not Wimbledon but it must rank being so close to the SCG. The SCG has a magnificent surface (really) and it is mown and kept in playing condition. I've included a couple of shots of the pavilion.
Now you have something to set your sights on keep ...
... soon found their real motive in wanting to go when they saw the unlimited desert bar and soft drink fountain. Oh well, they have been very well behaved so we let them go wild. Roy is paying for it tonight, as he is not feeling the best in the tummy.
After lunch we visited Greyfriars House, this timber-framed house is located in the old town of Worcester and was built in 1480. The house was previously used as ...
... a complete contrast.
On arrival at Tewkesbury we turned round and reversed into the same mooring we had previously had on the lock island, and went to pay our £3 to the lockkeeper.
We went for a walk round this historic town with its many ancient pubs. A light rain shower caused us to visit one for a pub lunch. James had a look round the abbey while Hazel did some shopping, and we met up again in the Co-op
Back on the boat it was time ...