National Trust

At the end of March, we decided to join the National Trust. We felt in the long run, it would save us money on days out. So far? It has!! Since last summer we didn’t really go on a holiday but instead took day trips to different ‘free’ places. Now we can still do that, but get the advantage of visiting stately homes, gardens and all kinds of historic places.

So far we have been to Hanbury Hall, Coughton Court, Berrington Hall and Croombe Park. Our membership has already paid for itself!!

Here are some photos of our days {minus Hanbury Hall as I forgot the camera!}
Croome Park: The church
Croome Park
The lake
Croome Park
The house
Croome Park

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Author: ALM

*ulsterman & american in birmingham UK *5 young boys *christians *missionaries *homeschooling our children *photographers

2 thoughts on “National Trust”

  1. Have been wanting to let you know for some time how much I enjoy your posts. The National Trust sounds wonderful and something from which your family should get much enjoyment!

  2. Thank you Pat! There are more photos coming =) Thank you for reading, but for especially commenting!!! It made me day to see it =)
    ~Janelle

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