Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Autumn at Himley

`Tis that time of year when nature reveals itself in a different way, showing its transformation of different colours and insects galore.

One such place to see such splendour is Himley Hall And Park which is situated between Kingswinford and Wombourne in Staffordshire.

It was an 18th Century Manor House belonging to the Earl Of Dudley which was demolished to make way for Palladian Mansion and its 180 acres were designed by Capability Brown.
These days Himley Hall caters for weddings, parties and many other social events that you can organise or join in, so why not come along and see for yourself......
It also houses a cafe with a golf course and the grounds are lovely to walk around and with the colours changing on the trees and "free food" falling from them, what better way to enjoy a day out than here!


Have a good walk around and enjoy a cuppa in the cafe - pets welcome too!

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