Ye Olde Bell Hotel & Restaurant
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... and heat efficient 3 storey homes built together just near the Trent. They have a small " garden" a roof terrace and cracking views. The house was due to be ready a couple of months ago but predictably things are running late and they are expecting to be in sometime in May. It is super-exciting although rather daunting too as there is lots still to get right and many decisions that need to be made about curtains, furniture etc etc. It was great to see the house in ...
Up early having trouble sleeping but after another English breakfast buffet we drove into Barnsley City Centre and found a Market of over 203 stalls in progress but the weather has changed raining and very cold so we opted to walk around the city centre for a while. After coffee we then drove to Pots Hamper and met up with our friends for typical scones jam and cream and a few good laughs. Lovely cafe ...
... better and more comfortable being down at the club. Our first game was a success where we won with one wicket in hand in the last over. We bowled first and the opposition made 203 in there 45 overs, they looked like making 300 but it was only the top four batsmen who made runs for them, they fell away pretty quickly after that. I took one catch and also took one wicket, bowling the number 3 batsmen. ...
... it onto the train with ample time. The train trip took an hour and a half where we were able to see some of the countryside which was beautiful and something different compared to London. Nikki and Luke met us at the platform and helped us carry our luggage from the station to the car. The car trip took about half an hour and thank god we stopped at Houghton Main cricket ground because I was nearly car sick! They drive like rally car drivers over here. After ...
... park. Matilda’s highlight was finding some draught horses to feed. We walked along The River Trent until we came to Newark Castle. It is a ruined castle that was built in the mid-12<sup>th</sup> Century. Amazing to think that the castle was demolished in battles and rebuilt a couple of times before Australia was settled by Europeans. Following the historical part of our day we walked to the central ...