We had a small wander around the village and I obviously had to snap a few photos.
|St Mary the Virgin Church, built between 1152 and 1237|
In these two photos I love that someone has tried to repair the iron railings with a bit of tree branch.
I love this tree, I know I am totally useless but I have no idea what it is, Yew, maybe?
In the distance through the trees is the Hall of the village; 16th Century, in which William Parker, Lord Monteagle, once lived.
After our short dog walk through the chilly Hertfordshire countryside we went home where I sat and made this.
After a lovely home cooked meal of Maryland Chicken, Sweetcorn Fritters and homemade Barbecue sauce (courtesy of Mums Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Family Cookbook) we decided to head up to the local Football Field for a bit of this:
What kind of things have you managed over the Spring Bank Holidays? Are you planning anything else?
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