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Janice Parr
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I like taking photos and sharing my view of the world with anybody that is interested.
I like taking photos and sharing my view of the world with anybody that is interested.

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Early Spring At Chippenham Park House & Gardens, Chippenham, Cambridgeshire
Late last year I was lucky enough to win a Facebook Competition for one nights stay with breakfast at Chippenham Park House & Gardens in Cambridgeshire, in one of their garden rooms.  The main house is a Grade II listed house set in 300 acres of parkland an...
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Christmas In Norwich, Norfolk With A Visit To The Cathedral
We had a couple of days in Norwich to get in some Christmas shopping and also to see the Christmas lights.  Norwich is such a lovely city, there are lots of streets, large and small, lined with large shopping chains, right down to independent boutiques for ...
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Boat Trip Along The Broads From Wroxham
Last summer we took a two hour cruise along the Broads at Wroxham, with the Broads Tours, the trip departed from Wroxham sailing into Salhouse Broad and onto Horning Reach before the return journey The Vintage Broadsman is one of the boats that cruise up an...
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Ironbridge, Shropshire
On our way back from Bridgnorth we stopped off at Ironbridge.  It was getting later in the day so it was a fleeting visit but it was good to see this iconic bridge, all be it that it was looking a little bit sad for itself. Here we are walking across the br...
Ironbridge, Shropshire
Ironbridge, Shropshire
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Severn Valley Railway - Bridgnorth to Kidderminster
We have been on a couple of narrow gauge steam trains as Bressingham Steam and Gardens in Suffolk but this was to be our first full size steam train adventure from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster in Shropshire.  Unfortunately at the time of our visit the statio...
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Clun Castle, Clun, Shropshire
Another day, another Castle, this time the ruins of Clun Castle, managed by English Heritage.  Clun Castle was built after the Norman Invasion of England.  In the 12th Century it became the home of a Marcher Lord, a noble appointed by the King Of England to...
Clun Castle, Clun, Shropshire
Clun Castle, Clun, Shropshire
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Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Last year we visited Bridgenorth whilst staying in Shropshire, the town is split into two by the Severn Valley, with the River Severn running along the valley floor, with High Town being on the right river bank and Low Town on the left river bank. There is ...
Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Bridgnorth, Shropshire
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Croft Castle and Parkland, Yarpole, Nr Leominster, Herefordshire
While we were staying in Shropshire we had a day out to Croft Castle and Parkland in Herefordshire, in the Welsh Marches.  The first Castle was built by Bernard de Croft, a Norman Knight around 1055.  Although today it is more of a Fortified Manor House, wh...
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Riverside Holiday Let, The Old Vicarage, Stokesay, Shropshire
Last September we wanted to spend a couple of weeks around Shropshire, an area that we had never visited.  After searching the internet to booked a Holiday Let through Sykes Cottages. Our booking was for Riverside Holiday Let, at Stokesay on the A49 with ea...
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Church Stretton and Carding Mill Valley, Shropshire
Having arrived at Church Stretton, which was just down the road from where we were staying in Stokesay, we walked through the market town, but possibly due to the time of year, and it not being market day, there was not really much to see so we headed up Cu...
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