I visited Lacock with friends recently and there also appeared to be a Morgan owners outing there that day as the National Trust car park was full of them. All were neatly turned out and brightly polished. How the umbrella stayed in place on this particular car when on the move was most intriguing.
Whilst I’ve been in the old brewhouse at Lacock Abbey before, I can’t remember there being a stairway so you can explore upstairs. I found this at the foot of the stairs on the way down. I think it must be a stonemason’s mark?
This is one of the most important windows in the world. It was the subject of the first ever photograph printed from a negative (by William Fox Talbot at Lacock Abbey). It’s not the grandest of windows there and it’s not even marked out as such, but having seen the photograph in the adjacent Fox Talbot museum, I know this is the one.
Ladybirds (ladybugs) as found in the grounds of Lacock Abbey last Sunday.
Seen in Lacock Bakery window 3/7/2009.
A rather dodgy sounding ice cream van and the brightest possible display of cerise geraniums.
Just a normal afternoon at the local garden centre…
What do you think might live here?
This was in the window of the house next door to yesterday’s notice. I wonder if their neighbour is trying to tell them something?
This is the only time I’ve seen the lower notice.
As from 1/4/2009 North Wilts District Council no longer exists. I wonder if Wiltshire County Council will continue to enforce it?