Hello everyone, sorry it has been an unexpected break from the blog but I have had some work to finish, and the addition of a whole lot of unanticipated responsibility at work, so I have making sure I get my systems in place. It has meant that I have had to shift focus for the last week, so sorry!
We head to the beautiful English countryside to visit the ancestral home of the Darley family who have owned the house since 1557. The current elegant homestead took the place of a Tudor mansion and with its fine exterior and refined interiors remains a rather beautiful example of English aristocratic architecture.
Welcome to Aldby Park
|Park of the house|
The house was requisitioned by the army during the Second World War and suffered severely, but was renovated after the war by Mark Winn. He passed it on to his son George whilst continuing to live there. In 1999 the house suffered a serious fire
|Aldby Park main entrance|
Source of text:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldby_Park
Source of Photos: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldby_Park