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Sharing My World 2015 Week 17

It’s Sunday, the day I contribute to Cee’s Share Your World, just one of the fun challenges that Cee organises on a weekly basis. 360 more words

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GEORGE HOTEL GETS MINOR FACELIFT

What a difference community outrage and bad media makes. The WA State Government and National Trust obviously did not like the criticism they received about the neglect of the old George Hotel in East Fremantle so they quickly got the graffiti removed and painted some of the hoarding red. 78 more words

Fremantle

Berrima's War Memorial Oak Turns 125

The Berrima Residents Association, Harper’s Mansion and the National Trust recently marked the 125 anniversary of the planting by Sir Henry Parkes of Berrima’s War Memorial Oak Tree. 310 more words

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Garden visits to inspire

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Waddesdon Manor and Ascott House in the space of one week.  I have visited Waddesdon many times yet, as it is so vast, each time your eye catches something you have not noticed before.   522 more words

Garden Visits

Ullswater Paddle / Aira Force

Another beautiful paddle on our recent trip to the Lakes – a trip around Ullswater. We stopped off at Aira Force – a waterfall not too far from the shore (there’s also a little cafe). 38 more words

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After the fire...

The most prominent story in my “newsfeeds” this week has been the terrible fire at Clandon Park, Surrey. This glorious house was finished in the 1720s by a Venetian architect for Lord Onslow. 637 more words

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