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Janice Parr
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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Aldeburgh and Southwold, Suffolk, England
Having spent a couple of nights in Woodbridge we headed north along the coast to Aldeburgh and then to Southwold. Alde Burgh means 'Old Fort' and in Tudor times there was a fort here, but that along with most of the Tudor town was lost to the sea.  Aldeburg...

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Short Visit To Woodbridge in Suffolk, UK
Mid March we decided to visit Woodbridge in Suffolk for a couple of days.  It lies just North of the famous port of Felixstowe.  Woodbridge lies around 8 miles from the coast along the river Deben. There are over 1100 years of recorded history relating to t...

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Springfields, Spalding, Linconshire
I had seen a link to Springfields on Facebook so we decided to check it out.  It is a shopping center made up of around 50 shops, restaurants and cafes, there is a separate car park to the side costing £1 for up to 2 hours or £2 for all day (as at 28/2/17)....

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Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill, Cambridgeshire, England
Now I have to admit that I am ashamed to say that despite living just a few miles down the road from this National Trust property and having driven past it countless times, this was our first visit to the site.  But we will be visiting it again and again. A...

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Holiday to Cornwall - Day 4 - My Birthday and Mevagissey
Today was my birthday so after opening my cards with breakfast we visited Mevagissey, first impressions were that nothing much has changed. The first record of Mevagissey date back to the early 14th Century when it was know as Porthilly.   The name Mevagiss...

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Holiday to Cornwall - Day 3 - Charlestown
Today started off a bit damp so we had the customery fried breakfast, which always smells and tastes better when you are holiday.  The damp start also gave me the chance to catch up on writing up our first few days. Charlestown was constructed between 1791 ...

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Holiday to Cornwall - Day 2 - Trago Mills, St Austell's Undercover Market and Pentewan Village.
Today we decided to visit Trago Mills a retail outlet set in gardens running along the River Fowey.  It is one of those places that sells a bit of everything, the ground floor is predominantly DIY, gardening and pet supplies. Upstairs has soft furnishings, ...

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Holiday to Cornwall - Day 1
Our last visit to Cornwall was at least 18 years ago, so we decided to revisit Pentewan Sands Holiday Park where we had many a good holiday. Our drive down was a bit on the long slide as we decided to avoid the motorways and travel via Oxford, Salisbury, Ex...

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Johnsons Of Old Hurst Revisited
Johnsons Of Old Hurst with its farm shop, butchers, cafe, restaurant and animals is a good place to while away a few hours, whether you are young or old. Today's visit started off with a bacon and sausage baguette and a pot of tea in the cafe before heading...

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Bressingham Steam and Gardens - Part 2 Steam and Museum
We recently visited Bressingham Steam and Gardens just outside of Diss in Norfolk.  The collection of steam engines was started in the early 1960's and has grown over the years.  We arrived just before its opening at 10am and was greeted by 3 coaches also w...
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