York Culture Guide

Having seen all the new Freshers start the University of York this September, it really makes me think of how beautiful a city York truly is and how much I enjoyed exploring in my first few weeks and subsequent years!!  This is a bit of a nostalgic post for my own time spent as a student…

Ickworth House: An Old Favourite

I feel like most people have a National Trust Property, garden or historic site so nearby to them, they often take it for granted. Ickworth House, near Bury St. Edmunds is definitely mine. I visit Ickworth at least five times a year and after exploring the house multiple times, I now just visit with friends…

A Day Exploring Lavenham

This is a bit of a belated post but Lavenham is such a beautiful town so I had to write about it even if I’m a bit behind! I had such a lovely day just after Christmas, exploring the town, visiting cute little tea shops and finding antique gems. As my visit was around Christmas…

A Day trip to Melford Hall

Okay, so first off apologies, I said I would try and stick to one post a week whilst still at uni. However, that’s becoming quite a struggle with not only the ridiculous amount of reading but now essays and presentations. As part of my modules I’ve been reading about such interesting topics, so hopefully, I’ll…

Internship with the National Trust

Okay so this summer has been the best, as well as travelling to lots of different places, (some of which still need to be posted!) I also spent 7 weeks working for the National Trust. Not only did I have an amazing time but learnt so much during my time working in the Regional office…

Constable Country

A day trip to Flatford, visiting the sites of Constable’s famous paintings including ‘The Hay Wain’.

Adventures at Audley End

Adventures exploring the most ambitious Jacobean houses, Audley End. The history, my thoughts and a selection of images from my visit.

Blickling Blooms

A visit to Blickling Hall, admiring the beautiful blooms and marvelling at the lavish interiors and exteriors of one of the most grand houses in the East of England.