As members of the The National Trust in the UK it was good to find we could use our membership cards to visit this lovely little shop and parlour.
We were warmly greeted by a really helpful lady who explained the history of the area and the significance of the shop. She gave us some handouts and explained what the area used to like. Many of the items on the shelves we had seen before and some we could remember using as children. The parlour was laid out beautifully with a cat asleep in front of the range fire. Downstairs was a shop where you could buy items which were both reasonably priced but some were also home crafted with love and care. look out for the tea pot cosies - they are funny.
We also went on to visit the Folk and Costume Museum at Saumarez Park and also Les caches Farm which is undergoing restoration.
All properties we visited had lovely volunteers to make us welcome and gave us lots of information about the history of the properties too.
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