An amazing pub renovation in Colchester’s Dutch Quarter, 2 minutes from the High Street.
Our prize winners had a great time!
Free entry, and some lovely colours.
A busy Heritage Open Day for us!
Tucked away on Feering Road, just south of Coggeshall, are Feeringbury Manor Gardens, and they are well worth a visit!
A hidden gem in Saffron Walden, Bridge End Garden is a series of seven interlinked gardens laid out by the Gibson family in the nineteenth century. Now Grade II listed, they are open free of charge to the public, and you should make time to visit them.
Paycocke’s House and Garden is a gem. Built around 1500 for Thomas Paycocke, a wealth cloth merchant, and is now a National Trust property, open from Wednesdays to Sundays 11:00am to 5pm in the high season. It’s definitely worth planning your holiday itinerary to spend a couple of hours there.
One of Europe’s oldest timber-framed buildings, rescued from dereliction in the 1980s, Grange Barn is a highlight of a visit to Coggeshall.
The 36th Aldham Old Time Rally took place this weekend. It was dry, and whilst not as bright as the previous few days, as long as the weather gods hold off with the rain, that’s fine!
Hannah Salisbury extols the virtues of the tea and cakes at St. Laurence in Blackmore, with some wonderful photographs.