we found the bouncy-castle stonehenge replica
Summer bloomed, and we found birds of prey at a 17th century merchant's house
We went to Tewkesbury,
and went to the Proms with Wallace and Gromit at the Royal Albert Hall. And we know how many holes it takes to fill it. By the way, the giant statue of Albert out the front is actually the only remains of the secret late 19th Century plan to put a man on the moon.
We visited Thibualt's book at an exhibit at the Wallace Collection, several times, and a couple of nights ago had a guided tour and intimate dinner with the curator, Tobias Capwell.
And last weekend they unveiled the statue of Nike given to London by Olympia - and some lads from the Royal Artillery up the road popped down to add some colour.