Welford Park, Welford, Berks. Whilst of some historical significance, perhaps best known for its display of snowdrops in early Spring. After dissolution of the monasteries, Henry VIII used the site for a hunting lodge. Later granted to Sir Thomas Parry, Comptroller of the Household by Elizabeth I. Existing house dates ca. 1652, built by John Jackson of Oxford for Richard Jones, grandson of Sir Francis Jones, Lord Mayor of London in 1620. During the Great War it was used as a convalescent…
Playtime at the lake for all!
Yes, It is as cold as it looks but the guys are still racing their model boats!