7th March 2015                                                                            All photos by Hetty

Map of walk is here

We parked in the National Trust car park at Charlecote, walked to Hampton Lucy, then returned to  Charlecote Park (NT)

A thatched house with a mini oneS1055324 copy

Charlecote MillS1055329 copy

Hampton Lucy church, 1826, replaced the mediaeval churchS1055336 copy

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The sun was shining through the stained glass windowsS1055341 copy

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17th century thatched cottagesS1055347 copy

Charlecote church, 1850s, replaced the one built in 12th centuryS1055357 copy


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There are 17th century monuments to 3 Thomas Lucys and their families, taken from the old church

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Victorian alabaster fontS1055356 copy

The entrance to Charlecote Park before it opened                                  Info hereS1055319 copy

Tudor gatehouseS1055359 copy

16th century houseS1055363 copy

This Victorian extension matches the Elizabethan houseS1055372 copy

Victorian coach houseS1055367 copy

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Victorian laundryS1055361 copy

Victorian addition facing the river

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CrocusesS1055377 copy

SummerhouseS1055378 copy

It was great to see the deer

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The deer wont jump over these fencesS1055323 copy

Next – Moreton in Marsh

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