Monday, 22 December 2008

Day out in Corfe Castle

Today I spent the day with my daughter and grand-daughter at Corfe Castle. Corfe Castle is such a pretty little place. There are lots of interesting little shops and cafes. The town is dominated by the ruined Castle and this is now administered by the National Trust.
We had some lunch and then spent a couple of hours exploring and looking around the shops and galleries. We visited the Boilerhouse Gallery which is close to the old station where a friend of mine had some of her work on display.
I just love this group of old cottages with their tiny windows and gorgeous slate roofs.
This is a picture of my grand-daughter Annie sitting in the 'Wishing Chair' outside the 'Ginger Pop' shop in the square. The shop is dedicated to Enid Blyton and is full of all the things that bring back happy memories of childhood.
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