On the way back from Cambridge I decided to take a detour and visit Wisbech as there was a National trust house I fancied a look at, Peckover House.
It was a little on the tricky side to find, but well worth it I thought.
It's quite a compact house but there's plenty to see, as usual I liked the cellar kitchens and also the stables with tack room.
The tea rooms are at the end of the garden and there's a rather touching pet cemetery under some big old trees.
The house is in a row of similar Georgian properties, definitely in the good end of town. I went for a stroll around Wisbech itself and it was a bit of an eye-opener. Not what I expected at all. But then that's true of a lot of places these days.
I took out the National Trust membership for another year after deliberating over it for some time. Even the two new places we've been so far probably cover the cost. I bought some memberships as Christmas presents last year and they were very well received, so if you're stuck for a gift it's a good possibility for anyone who likes rooting round interesting places.
I'm struggling to get back into a routine with the blogging, I'm not sure why this is. But it'll come eventually, or it won't!