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A red bridge crossing the lake and surrounding Japanese Maple
UK Gardens to Visit Near You

5 Hot Reasons To Visit Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens

5 Hot Reasons To Visit Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens For a totally tropical experience visit Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens. A plethora of floral, deciduous and evergreen species guaranteed to delight any gardener. Situated in a steep valley in the depths of Dorset is the small privately-owned village and estate of Abbotsbury…the quintessential English village. Boasting thatched cottages, …

What should you bring on a picnic?
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What Should You Bring on a Picnic?

  What Should you Bring on a Picnic? It’s that’s time of year when we’re spending time outdoors with Nature enjoying the summer, wining and dining al fresco, indulging in perfect picnics. Maybe you’re asking…what should you bring on a picnic? For almost all the gardens and vineyard that I write about here on wine …

Westonbirt Arboretum. Acer trees in their summer foliage at Westonbirt Arboretum
Forests and Arboretums

Westonbirt Arboretum

Westonbirt Arboretum Westonbirt Arboretum is approximately 3 miles southwest of Tetbury, Gloucester and is managed by Forest England. It is one of the most important and well-known arboretums in the UK. It is also known as National Arboretum UK and this title is certainly well-deserved. The first time I visited Westonbirt Arboretum was on a …

Best Price Luggage Sets. Set of vintage leather suitcases. Latest technology gadgets for travelers
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Best Price Luggage Sets

  Best Prices Luggage Sets As travellers, we need a decent set of luggage, whether it’s a full set suitable for packing everything you want for a long cruise or you require hand luggage for that quick trip, or if you’re looking for something classy to use for a short stay in country or city …

Deerpark Forest Cornwall. Log Cabin Holidays
Forests and Arboretums

Deerpark Forest Cornwall

Deerpark Forest Cornwall Herodsfoot is a village in southeast Cornwall, situated approximately four miles southwest of Liskard and five miles north of Looe. Since medieval times a village has existed here, with villagers earning a living from Herodsfoot and DeerPark forest as well as from local orchards. When silver and lead was discovered mines were …

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