Think grandiose estates with luscious green gardens that inspired her novels, the house where she lived and did her writing, and a host of quirky events for an unforgettable break.Oh, and we’ve even searched out the filming location for the lake in BBC’s Pride and Prejudice where THAT Colin Firth scene took place.Read on to find out how to have your own Jane Austen themed getaway including what to see and where to stay.What to see 1.While away the morning exploring the house and taking in the exhibitions such as 41 Objects which includes impressive artefacts from her writing table to her letters.Then stop for a spot of lunch in the picturesque gardens: you can bring your own food if you’re after a postcard perfect picnic.10 stunning gardens for the perfect picnic with the family this summer2. Lyme Park, CheshireJust a stone’s throw from the breathtaking landscapes of the Peak District sits this magnificent National Trust estate.Film buffs will no doubt recognise the majestic building and pristine blue lake from the BBC’s adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, including the iconic lake scene where Colin Firth who played Mr Darcy dove into the waters before another encounter with Elizabeth Bennett.There might be an embarrassing error on the new note3. Chatsworth House, Peak DistrictChatsworth House is said to have been Jane’s inspiration for the Pemberley estate in Pride and Prejudice, and it’s not difficult to see why..
SYMPATHY is extended to Mrs Kathleen Doddy and family, Carrowkeel, Ballymote, on the death of her husband, Bernie, and to Bernie’s sister Beatrice (Curry), his brothers John (Clooncoose), Batty (Bunninadden), Francie (Gurteen), Edmund (Achonry), Joe (Aughris), Louis (Bunninadden), Val (Tubbercurry) and James (Manchester). Burial took place in St. Columba’s Cemetery after Mass of the Resurrection in Ballymote Church on Last Monday, 12th April..
Personally, I think that couples merely need to think carefully about what or how they choose to share the disagreements that they have. A basic discussion with a trusted friend about how they split expenses can be useful, but a scathing editorial about your spouse’s ideas and actions don’t fall into the same category. Betrayal is harder to get by than most simple domestic disagreements about who empties the trash, whether you buy the 2 door or the 4 door car, and so forth..
“Ivy” did call the police, and frequently, but it didn’t always go well. To understand why, you need to get some context. (12 percent if the victim is male.) Less than half of those arrests result in a conviction because the victims will later withdraw or recant their testimony, often at the “encouragement” of the abuser.