Today because it was frosty with beautiful clear blue skies, we headed off to Slindon in West Sussex. It is known for its pumpkin displays which I shall blog about later.
It is on National Trust land and has some spectacular walks, so is well worth a visit at any time of the year.
There are lots of beautiful houses dotted around the village
I loved this angel in the churchyard, If I like a place we visit it always seems to have an angel somewhere.
I found this odd but nice, house type gravestone.
Some fantastic kneelers in the church, which was very pretty and also worth a visit.
There are lots of interesting bits of history in Slindon, including the village sign.
The Famous poet and writer Hilaire Beloc, who wrote the poem 'Matilda' Matilda who told such dreadful lies, she made one gasp and stretch ones eyes! Look it up if you don't know it.
Slindon, not far from Chichester and Arundel, if you don't live close enough to visit then I strongly recommend a holiday in the area.