Walking the Cotswold Way: Chipping Campden to Stanton

After leaving the Bantam Tea Rooms, where we had spent the night in comfort, a hearty breakfast inside, our first day walking the Cotswold Way started from the market hall in Chipping Campden. The beginning (and end)of the trail is marked by a stone and an inscription on the floor. We walked out through Chipping …

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A Weekend Champing

“Champing? What on earth is that?”, I hear you ask. Champing is the combination of the words church and camping. We spent the weekend at All Saints Church in the tiny village of West Stourmouth, a little way outside Canterbury. The Church was beautiful, Saxon in origin with a small, but beautiful graveyard, the stones home to lichens and mosses, flowers bursting through and butterflies fluttering above

Sunday with a difference- Wonderful Owls at the English School of Falconry

Something a bit different for the weekend…. On a recent Sunday we headed to Bedfordshire to spend a weekend at the English School of Falconry taking part in an Owl Experience. We arrived in time to walk round and see the wide selection of Birds of Prey in the aviaries. These are birds that are …

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