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  Croome Park @ The Builders' Yard, High Green, Severn Stoke, Worcestershire, UK Friday 14th April 2006 
On our way down to Lyme we decided to stop at what was to be the first of 4 National Trust places we'd visit over the Easter weekend. Having been forcefully dragged around plethera of NT sites as a child with the promise of an adventure playground that seldom materialised to be anything other than a few poles of wood in the ground next to what used to be swings but removed for safety reasons I confirmed my entrance to middle age by voluntarily purchasing membership. I'm still not totally into the idea of browsing stuffy houses for a peak at what the warlords of times gone by did with the riches they earn't at the expense of the general population, but I do like the idea of some nice gardens and park land to go for walks, have picnics and play with my camera. At about 12 quid for Young Person's yearly membership it really is very cheap. Anyway, enough of my ramblings, we got to Croome park at around midday armed with a picnic and by chance met my aunt at the reception who I haven't seen for several years and didn't recognise me at all. Very random but pleasent and definately reason to return in the future for a longer chat. The park itself isn't that large or at this time of the year particularly stunning compared to other NT sites I've been, but certainly worth stopping by when travelling on the m5 for a stroll and lakeside picnic.
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