Madasa-Soles: Long weekend away in the Cotswolds


Thursday, 16 September 2010

Long weekend away in the Cotswolds

Thursday 9th September we set off  on a rally with the Gloucester Centre  of the Caravan Club held at the Burton Hill Caravan Park See link

Malmesbury is the oldest village in England    some lovely architecture and an Abby see links below

Thursday In Malmesbury village.






Bernard & Geoff


In the Abby Grounds



My cousin Drena just HAD to have a feel



Friday we went to  Tetbury home of HRH 

A very nice place full of architecture and the street flowers and hanging  baskets were superb shop prices were rather pricy










Then we went on to Wootton Bassett another  Cotswold quaint  village


The cenotaph at Wootton Bassett  where the  funeral cortege  stops for the families  and friends to pay respects to their  loved ones who are brought  back home






Saturday  We went back for another look  around Malmesbury  there was a wedding at the Abby




Then on to Cirencester  but no  photos of Cirencester.

On the way back to the site we passed the MOST UNUSUAL LIBRARY


Geoff trying to look educated


Now this is the smallest caravan I have ever seen. and being towed by  a Hyundai 4 x 4



Sunday  time to pack up and head for home once again.





Kernow Camper said...

Hi Maureen

Love the photos, especially the one of Drena with her hands full! LOL :-)

Spooky that we weren't a million miles away from each other that week. We were in Cirencester 9th/10/11th!!! See my blog for photos.
There were 2 of the 'teardrop' caravans on the CC site while we were there and one of them had an awning up, twice the size of the caravan!!!

Happy dayz!
Sharon x

panagah said...

Love the photos Maureen,