|National Trust Sunday’s|

Happy Monday Everyone! Hope you are all well.

Yesterday in England it was Mother’s Day and I would just like to say thank you to my amazing mam for everything she does for me, even at the age of 27 <3. Love you xxx.

We decided that seeing as I was off work we would go on a little family adventure. The weather was beautiful and it felt amazing being out and not having to wear my coat. We went up to Cragside which is up in Northumberland in the North East of England. Whilst I didn’t take many photo’s this time around (which is unusual for me) I had a lovely day spending it with my family, walking around the grounds and into the house, and of course having out first picnic of 2017!. I love a good old picnic with a  nice cup of tea.

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I have been here before and wrote a post on it so if you’d like to read that then here’s the link > Cragside – Northumberland

It’s such a peaceful place even when it is full of people and it is part of The National Trust. We have just became members so there will be more posts and vlogs throughout the summer of my weekend adventures at more National Trust places.

What did you guys get up to at the weekend, I’d love to know :). Have you been here, did you enjoy it too?

Thank you for reading xxx

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10 thoughts on “|National Trust Sunday’s|

  1. ntbathskyline says:

    Lovely to read stories of people enjoying National Trust sites. I have not been to Northumberland but if I do I will be sure to visit Cragside on your recommendation – It looks beautiful! I have just started training as a ranger for the NT in Bath and I absolutely love it 🙂 If you ever come this way, you should come check out the Bath Skyline.

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