Chichester Cathedral dominates the town and landscape of the Downs.
The main body of the Cathedral was constructed while Ralph Luffa was Bishop (1091-1123) and it was added to under Bishop Seffrid II, who dedicated the Cathedral in 1199 in honour of the Holy Trinity. Continue reading Chichester Cathedral
A few weeks ago I went to Chichester for a quick trip.
I say ‘a few weeks’ but flicking through these pictures again it looks remarkably like a different species of season!
Remember the warm blanket of sun wrapping itself rapidly round and round you? The permanent sensation of sunglasses on your head? Retrieving a flip flop with the tips of your toes from a firmly horizontal position on a sun lounger in such a way as to not disturb your 99 flake ice cream? Continue reading Weekend in Chichester
I often struggle with picking a ‘favourite’.
But I think Tunbridge Wells might be my favourite part of Kent.
Continue reading Tunbridge Wells – The Pantiles
After wandering through Westonbirt, we were set to see Tetbury.
Continue reading Ticket to Tetbury
Ideally, all Autumns should be punctuated with a weekend away.
Mine was a quick trip to the Cotswolds.
Continue reading A Weekend in the Cotswolds