Easter adventures with National Trust – Part Two: Baddesley Clinton

Our Good Friday Easter adventure continued with a visit to  National Trust Baddesley Clinton

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The newest volunteer made us smile…the Easter Bunny Scarecrow

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Perfect image of Easter and Spring … Daffy Duck amongst the Daffodils.

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We enjoyed a fantastic Easter egg trail around the Woodland and garden which resulted in a yummy Cadbury chocolate egg

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I thought how beautiful the outdoor seating looked with pots of Daffodils and raindrops, the Duck seemed to be enjoying it too, not sure if he was catching crums of cake or drinking from puddles.

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Beautiful stained glass windows and Spring floral arrangements inside the Tudor timber framed home.

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In the Kitchen

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The Great Hall with its amazing tapestries, sumptuous red carpet and enormous fireplace.

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I adore this blue glass, not only the colour but the cut and design

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There is something special about old books and their covers, I often wonder about the person who might have read it and what is contained within, maybe some notes down the margin

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Dressing up fun creating Tudor portraits in the Moat Room

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Part One can be found here

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