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We took an unplanned visit to Wimpole this afternoon for a stroll around the farm and gardens. Inside the barn we found lots of piglets, many of them fast…

I escaped into the sunshine today, with a visit to Wimpole Hall. Astonishingly, it’s eighteen months since I last visited this beautiful Georgian building. High…

Every day this week has been spent cloistered at home, working through an enormous 'to do' list, catching up on emails, planning music courses and doing general…

Every spring Home Farm, part of the Wimpole estate, opens its doors for visitors to come and watch their lambing season.   This year the sheep starting giving…

We set off to the Wimpole estate early this morning, aiming to beat the crowds visiting for the annual Easter egg trail there.  We headed straight across the…

I made a brief visit to Wimpole this afternoon, intending to photograph the flowers in the walled garden. However, my favourite photo of the afternoon came as…

The folly on the Wimpole Estate has been undergoing some serious restoration work over the last couple of years. When I last took the long walk across the…

It often occurs to me that my photography habit is something of an addiction, and never more so than when I have days like today. With a day off ahead of me I…

I've visited the Wimpole Estate several times before but there always seems to be something more to see. Today I walked out across the estate's parkland to…

I made my third visit of the year to the Wimpole Estate [nationaltrust.org.uk], near Royston, today, making the most of the sunshine after yesterday's storm. …

I returned to the Wimpole Estate [nationaltrust.org.uk], with Kevin this time, for a fuller look around today. We headed for Home Farm in an effort to see the…

One of the perks of my new job with the National Trust at Hatfield Forest is a membership card which means I can visit any of the Trust's properties. I started…
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