Yesterday, I received a surprise email from a member of The British Red Cross Spring Garden Event Committee, Debra Tritton is her name.
It seems that she had come across a post that I wrote back in May about the day the Senior Partner and I had attended the BRCSGE 2011, at Hampton Court Castle in Herefordshire.
Here's a link if you would like to see it: here.
If you google BRCSGE 2011, my post is #6 in the list, who knew?
In 2012 the event is to be held at Berrington Hall, Herefordshire and Ms Tritton very kindly invited me to get in touch with her should we decide to attend the event there.
The Senior Partner and I have already made plans for a vacation next May and it won't be the UK, so sadly we won't be able to go to Berrington and revisit that amazing National Trust property and enjoy one of their amazing cream teas.
I took another look at the May post and enjoyed the event all over again and realised that although I promised to show you the inside of Hampton Court Castle (click on the link to go to the HCC website)I never did write that post.
Well, better late than never!So sit back, with a cup of your favourite beverage and enjoy a virtual tour of inside Hampton Court Castle.
Warning there are a lot of pix!
The first room that you enter is the Great Hall (pix 1-4)
There are long corridors filled with suits of armour,
coats of arms, pikes, swords, guns and trophies.
The authentic mediaeval chapel is licensed for weddings.
One of the bedrooms and a large bathroom,
with monogrammed towels.
Another enormous bedroom.
complete with stuffed lion!
How would you like to celebrate Thanksgiving around this magnificent table?
I've added some links in the above text if you would like to learn more about Hampton Court Castle,
they tell the story much better than I can!
If you are ever in the area I can highly recommend a visit to this very quirky and original place.
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