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Ardecca

Ardecca

Quietly located in 16 acres of pastureland with easy access to Swindon and the Cotswolds. All rooms...

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Holiday Inn Salisbury - Stonehenge

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Pickwick Lodge Farm

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Melksham, Wiltshire

Blooming Melksham – a colourful visit

During the recent heatwave that we’ve been experiencing I made a visit to the Wiltshire town of Melksham for an explore around with Terri Welch, the Melksham’s Mayor.

As I parked up in the town I immediately noticed the colourful bunting decorating the streets and planters adorned with flowers. The bunting is up for this Saturday’s annual carnival, a popular event in the town centre.

The Farm Cookery School

A Beginner's Cookery Course at Farm Cookery School

If I’m honest, although a ‘foodie’, I’m not the greatest of cooks. Keen to learn and appreciate more essential practical cooking skills, I attended an adult essential skills course at the newly-opened Farm Cookery School near Bromham.

Silbury Hill

Exploring the Avebury World Heritage Site

When I have overseas visitors coming to stay with me, I always recommend that they make a visit to Avebury. The site here forms part of the same World Heritage Site as Stonehenge but is almost like Stonehenge’s lesser-known sister.

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