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Buscot and Cirencester – 5 September

The first stop at Cirencester gave us the opportunity to look round the town centre, do some shopping, have a coffee and visit the wonderful parish church. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed the drive through the Cotswolds to Buscot Park…

Quenington – 2 July

Swing Bridge at Quenington

A quintessentially Cotswold village, exemplified by its vernacular architecture constructed in honey coloured oolite Jurassic limestone with a precisely manicured and precious appearance…

Exbury Gardens  – 8 May

Exbury was unknown to me until its Coach Outing listing. The two hundred acre woodland garden, forming part of the New Forest National Park, near Beaulieu, was an enthralling experience.

Oxford – 27 March

Botanic Gardens (photo Lewis Clarke)

On a beautiful Spring morning our new 57 seater coach arrived, the largest we have ever used because the trip was quickly fully booked and had a long waiting list.

Tyntesfield – 11 December 2018

Photo: interior of Tyntesfield chapel

From 1844 – 2001 this was the country home for four generations of the Gibbs family, their bolthole from London. Originally purchased by William Gibb it was transformed in 1864 by his engaging John Norton to redesign and rebuild, the result being a home in High Victorian Gothic.

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