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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Thursday

We went to Fakenham first. It was market day and Dad loves markets. Please don’t ask me why!




We popped into St Peter’s and St Paul’s. It was Christian aid week and the church had a bric a brac sale on and was selling tea’s and coffee’s. So we had one.








On to Houghton Hall. It was built by Britain’s first Prime Minister Robert Walpole. You only see the state rooms but these are amazing. The walled garden is pretty good as well.














St Mary’s church pre-dates the hall, Walpole moved the village so it didn’t spoil his view but kept God’s acre in place.












All week the weather was meant to turn today. It may have done dahn sarf but it has been lovely today in North Norfolk

3 comments:

Tricia said...

You've visited some lovely places and taken some great pictures.

At least the weather held; well.. almost to the end of the hols.

The wooden carvings in your village Church are fascinating.

oldcrow61 said...

Great pictures Pete. I want that bird statue and the fountain. lol

GardenAuthor said...

I am overwhelmed at the beauty and serenity of these lovely photos... I'm especially drawn to the wisteria and garden scenes... Deb