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My Glorious Gardens series: Lacock Abbey Gardens in June.

Lacock Abbey is a National Trust property that started life as a nunnery and was last lived in by the Talbot family. It is also the birthplace of photography. 371 more words


Back to Lacock Abbey

Today we took Mark’s mum and dad for breakfast at Neston Park before wandering around Lacock Abbey – got there early so went to say hello to the pigs. 72 more words

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Lacock Abbey; a picture of Spring

I love Lacock Abbey all year round, but particularly in the Spring! Even walking from the car park to the village we spotted a nuthatch attacking the bark of the tree like a woodpecker. 43 more words

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Lacock Abbey


Sir William Sharington, a man of the Tudor renaissance, preserved the entire cloister (13th and 15th centuries) of the nunnery at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire which, c. 154 more words


The Best Weekend!

Hello Bloggers,

I’m back! After a very long year offline, I am ready to fully commit back to my little neglected blog. What’s new? Honestly not a lot. 417 more words


Lacock Abbey visit

The problem with self-employment is that if you’re not careful you can find yourself feeling like you can’t stop – if you’re not working, then you’re marketing and doing all the admin that comes with running a business.   661 more words


A whirlwind first week back in England!

I arrived back in England last Sunday morning with Michael and what a week we had before he flew back to Florida. In addition to settling me into my new temporary home we explored Glastonbury and Exmoor National Park together and then Bath, Lacock and London with two friends whose European honeymoon happened to overlap with our time here. 1,686 more words