It seems that National Apple Day is “a thing”, and that an Apple Festival is a place to be to celebrate. The Killerton Apple Festival is on the surface, an almost bizarre event that on the surface seems to be all about apples. Picking Apples, juicing apples, toffee apples, apple juice, cider… you get the […]
Browsing Tag: National Trust
One of many tranquil places we found at the National Trust – Knightshayes estate. These flowers growing, were in the perfect position to catch the sun as it shone over the hill, and through the trees. We didn’t have time to check it out as much as we’d like, but if you’re in the Tiverton […]
In an attempt to use the holiday allowance that my stress levels wish that I had used by now, I’m on holiday this week. This has given us the chance for some child-free exploring. Today we checked out the National Trust – Knightshayes property by Tiverton here in Devon. First, and overall impression of the […]
The other day, we finally decided to take the leap. With National Trust – Killerton just down the road, we figured it was about time. We finally signed up to National Trust membership, and explored Killerton on Sunday evening . I had forgotten how beautiful that area is, and its just down the road.
Every now and then the stars align, and the two of us both have a weekend off at the same time. In a more remarkable twist, a couple of friends of ours from up in Bristol were also off that weekend as well. Being very aware that we hadn’t had the greatest record of going […]