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Mad week done - so come for Croquet
It's been a mad week ... i was going to add "here in Melksham", but Lisa and I haven't been in Melksham - we've been all over the country (or it feels like it). We got back on the train to Melksham at twenty past seven yesterday evening, and I was straight into a meeting at 7:30 at the Town Hall (Peter, big "Thank you" for the pickup at the station. I never cease to admire your thoughfulness). Tonight will be the first time for over a week that I've spent a second night in the same bed. Much more will be seen, heard and written about our trip over the coming months ... watch this space!
And so to our Edwardian Croquet day. It's a lovely day at Well House Manor, and as I sit in the training room, I hear the clonk of wood on wood - such a reminder of going round to Gran's house in Petts Wood in the 1960s on Sunday afternoons, setting out the croquet, playing a few rounds, and the Sunday tea - very often a salmon salad in the days that salmon was a big luxury. I remember that the sun always shone, the big oak tree provided shelter and it was a quiet oasis during the week - a Sunday ritual.
If you read this in the next few hours, we're open for Croquet on the lawn at Well House Manor until 4 p.m. today (Saturday). The museum is open - free admission - until 5 p.m., and continues to be open every afternoon, 7 days a week, as are our cream teas. (written 2012-09-08, updated 2012-09-22)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesM161 - Gardens at Well House Manor 
A story of goldfish - (2006-05-02) 
Planters in the Spring - (2007-04-10) 
The last tree to leaf - (2007-05-20) 
Plenty of car parking at Well House Manor, Hotel, Melksham - (2008-06-20) 
Picturing the rain - (2008-09-05) 
Dog, hotel, Melksham, Wiltshire? - (2011-05-21) 
Garden Seating, Well House Manor - (2011-06-02) 
Strawberry Cream Teas in Melksham - available every day this summer - (2012-04-25) 
Returning guests - a sign of a good product. Cream teas and hotel rooms. - (2012-07-22) 
In the garden at Well House Manor - (2012-08-12) 
Relax at Well House Manor - gardens, fountain, hotel - (2012-08-19) 
Edwardian day with Croquet - Well House Manor, 8th September 2012 - Pictures - (2012-09-08) 
Apple Pressing Day 2012 - (2012-10-07) 
Well House Manor in the snow - (2013-01-18) 
What is on OUR pond? - (2013-03-05) 
Spring at Well House Manor - Teas and Coffees, Museum, Garden, Rooms - (2013-05-11) 
Out of doors (mostly) at Well House in Melksham - (2013-07-12) 
Wedding Reception preps at Well House Manor - (2013-08-21) 
Pimms and Croquet at Well House Manor - 7th September 2013 - (2013-08-28) 
Pimms and Croquet - Melksham Festival of Food and Drink - (2013-09-07) 
Spring at Well House Manor - (2016-03-27)
Some other Articles
Youve Been Selected for the 2012 Edition of the Global RegistryThe apple crop of 2012Why has the mouth not said much for the last week or two?Mad week done - so come for CroquetBusmans Holiday - I like being a busmanBlanford Forum, DorsetStatic variables in Python?Who is this? Picture PuzzleBus times - Chippenham Station to Melksham, with London connections
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