And so to clumber park. it was the home of the Duke of Newcastle but the house fell into disrepair and was pulled down in 1938.
Today the park is in the care of the National Trust, there is a large lake, fine chapel and excellent walled garden. The drive to where the house was is a double row of lyme trees and is the longest in Europe.
Dad kept admiring the apples and then picked one, can't take him ANYWHERE! He said it was ever so nice.
Yugoslavian finger fruit.
A few birdies with my little travel lens.
No cake but we had an ice cream.