Stayed in our lovely spot on Wednesday as we're not planning to do the Hatton flight until Friday, after Thursday's predicted (and actual as it turns out) all day rain. So I set off, rather late in the day, in search of Baddesley Clinton's medieval manor house.
Hadar's Chetsey's bought a new butty, I wonder if the owners would sell me this one - goes by the name of Hebe
The weather continued to look more than a bit dodgy, but I didn't care as the light was sensational
I arrived at a junction and asked another walker which way to the house and the church. I followed his directions against my instincts and later regretted it.
He sent me the long way round on the circular National Trust walk - if I'd gone straight on I'd have been there in 10 minutes, instead of walking another mile and a half!
The church is 16th and 17th century
By the time I reached the house and stables it was one minute past 5pm. They close at 5.pm and, with the sun setting behind, I couldn't even get a decent photo, grrrrrrr