The craft centre itself is in a beautiful location, near a village called Hanbury and the associated Hanbury Hall.
Hanbury Church on the hill from the Jinney Ring grounds.
Fay and Wifey duck feeding.
The kids having fun.
More bread fed ducks
After some of wifey's delicious home made soup dinner time, this time tomato with a hint of chilli, it was over to Dodford Village church fete.
As befits the size of the village it was a very small affair whose proceeds were in aid of the church fund. It was very well attended though and it was clearly one of the village social highlights of the year.
Dan going for a pony ride, carefully watched by Fay.
The Town Crier announcing the results of the scruffy mutts competition.
All in all a very restful enjoyable afternoon aided and abetted by some very co-operative weather. Wifey enjoyed herself too, sipping the worlds biggest Pimms all afternoon served to her by Richard the Gaffer of the Dodford Inn who was roped in to supply refreshments.
Nothing too fancy then, but it proves to me that simple is best.
The scruffy mutts parade.