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Hi I am Jo…wife, lover, best friend and soulmate to Keith. Lover of all things to do with nature and the canals. I am passionate about the Waterways and its history.

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Sunday 27 September 2015

Cracking day for a walk.

With October fast approaching and Autumn with us, it is wonderful that we are having a glorious spell of weather and so Keith and I decided to head out for a walk this morning. We wanted to make the most of the wonderful light and with it being a Sunday it was quiet first thing.

Firstly we walked down to Warwick Castle and took some photographs with not a cloud in the sky.


Warwick Castle looking stunning in the early morning sunshine.


We crossed over the road to look across St. Nicholas Park

St Nicholas Meadow was acquired by Warwick Borough Council and the formal gardens and the Children’s Corner were opened in the 1930s.


The boats were not open as it was so early, but the reflections were lovely.


The park was bathed in sunshine and with Autumn now upon us the trees are showing their colours.


The Fun Park was not open, it does not open until 10 am so we were a bit early.



The River Avon looked inviting. There were fishermen out and the ducks were definitely hoping we were going to feed them.


There were a couple of groups of people working out with a personal trainer. It was way to much like hard work just watching them.


A glimpse of one of the towers at Warwick Castle peeking through the trees in the park.


Keith busy with his camera.


It was so nice to be out walking. Both Keith and I have not done much walking of late and this morning it was just perfect.


The gardens in the park are still looking beautiful.

After our fabulous stroll, we headed back towards the town.



Warwick welcomes the Japanese Rugby Team who are training at Warwick School.

We stopped off at The Tuckery for a cup of tea and sat out in the sunshine.


Whilst we enjoyed our cuppa and a sit down, a local riding school rode their horses through the town. Apparently they do it every Sunday.

We had enjoyed a lovely morning out and about. The rest of the day was spent watching the World Cup Rugby.

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