Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Blockley Gardens

There were 9 gardens, some quite substantial, open to the public fro the National Garden Scheme last Sunday.

As well as a selection of properties, old and new, in this Cotswold Conservation area

There was colour in profusion amongst the gardens

and birds of a feather :)

Garden and woodland walks - including to the neighbouring village of Draycott, green and enjoyable, on this cloudy but largely dry day.


The church proved the last resting place for the early Spencer-Churchills

There were also a fair sprinkling of oddities (including a real torpedo in the mill pond but the pic didn’t show it up :-/ 

Now that’s what we call tea n cake :-p

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