Cawthorne Antiques Centre in an old Co-op Shop
The village was lovely with lots of cottages this one was covered with wisteria.
We had a wonder around the church yard and looked at the old grave stones - I do love a good graveyard. I spent lots of time in our village church yard as a child and still find them fascinating - not in a morbid way though.
Here's a view of the same church from our next destination - Cannon Hall.
Inside the walled garden- the gardener told us that there was only 7mm of rain here in March.
Not seen these flowers before the gardener told us they were Barnsleus footballius florabunda - they have developed it themselves- how very clever.
Through the garden gate
Mr and Mrs Mallard on the garden pond K spotted a newt and there were lots of tadpoles
See the church in the far distance
Me and my lovely Mummy - a very rare shot of me I really don't like having my photo taken.
We had a lovely day and we had tea out on the way home. Mum and K had coffee and cake in the antiques centre and although Mum asked me about five times if I wanted cake I did resist and just had a crumb from K's. Well done me pat on the back deserved there I think.
So today back into cleaning k has gone off to town on the train - its cheaper if only one person is going - and he has already phoned from TKMaxx to see if I wanted some CK bedding. I said no thank you - I must not be well. He is going to the CS's now and he might bring me a pressie. I am waffling now trying to delay showing my WIP on the back room. Here they are.
Slowly but surely - no tears yet!!!!