NONSUCH PARK

Back for another – this time at Nonsuch Park in Cheam. I actually took two trips here in quick succession because I enjoyed it so much and have combined the photos from both. Nonsuch Mansion had links to Henry VIII back in the day, and the historical tree lined entranceway can still be made out. These photos were taken when…
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TOP 5 BRUNCHES

On the topic of brunch, has anyone else read that ridiculous/hilarious article doing the rounds on how millennials like myself would absolutely be able to afford buy a several hundred thousand pound property in London if we just stopped buying brunch and that we were quite literally eating ourselves out of house and home one avocado toast at a time?!…
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POLESDEN LACEY FOOD FESTIVAL

Another beautiful National Trust offering in the heart of Dorking, Polesden Lacey, previously home to Edwardian hostess Mrs Greville who frequently entertained the aristocracy, is absolutely stunning in Autumn. By happy coincidence, we were lucky enough to visit the same weekend as the food festival and country fair. The cider, wine, cheese and churros were my personal highlights but the…
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GOMSHALL MILL AND SHERE

To celebrate the birthday of a very special lady we spent the day at the rather lovely Gomshall Mill Inn and wandering around the village of Shere. What with the new Bridget Jones film hitting the cinemas, which is hilarious by the way for anyone who hasn’t seen it yet, this was quite the topical visit, as the church in…
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BRIGHTON

It seems almost outrageous to be posting this in November, due to starting my new job I am unfortunately so incredibly behind on my blog posts, despite having plenty of photos at the ready and loads to say! I toyed with not posting these end of summer bits but decided I would and just hope you will forgive them being…
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