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Monday, 14 July 2014

Greys Court


Thought I'd show you a little of a world near where I live. I went there with my wife a few weeks ago for a little visit one afternoon. It's called Greys Court and is an old Tudor Manor House which is now owned by the National Trust.
 The manor house as you walk though the gates leading to it
 It has some very nice walled gardens

 and places like thi sto look through
 The manor house is well worth looking round




and after the tour is finished you come out here.
















After you wander down to the old stables and have a cup of tea and a cake
If you want to see more then check my blog on my day there at Greys Court
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday

15 comments:

  1. A beautiful place, thanks for the tour..I like the beautiful gate and gardens. Have a happy week!

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  2. Beautiful shots of history ~ love the creative gate shot for OWT ~ thanks, ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  3. What a marvellous sense of history these old buildings evoke. Thank you for taking us on your tour Bill.

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  4. What a pretty estate. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. impressive house. lovely skyscape.

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  6. Wonderful shots and composition.

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  7. I love these National Trust properties. Another one for my list. I need to check out why your posts are not coming through on my blog feed as they used to. I am going to try registering as a follower again and see whether that makes a difference. So sorry if I haven't been commenting regularly on your blog but I am just not getting the posts!

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  8. Looking at your images makes me think, that I could easily live in that part of the world

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  9. It looks quite serene and beautiful there. Love the photo looking through the gate.

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  10. Hari OM
    Such beauty and tranquility; great way to spend a day. YAMxx

    (PS - have tried leaving and joining again and still not getting you through on daily notifications, so forgive the more erratic visits! Have to track you down through G+ page as even the blogroll on the side bar reckons you haven't posted for 3 weeks.......tsk. Not giving up on you though!)

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  11. I have loved every National Trust site I have visited and this looks like a good one!

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  12. Beautiful photos, Bill! That last one would make a great SkyWatch shot... spectacular sky!

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  13. What a grand place to stroll around, Bill!

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  14. And I see I'm not the only one having difficulties with the bloglist- your most recent post on my list is from four weeks ago, though you're updating regularly since then.

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  15. What a beautiful place to visit, and wonderful photos! I love the doorway, and the last shot of the grounds.

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