Friday, 4 May 2007

Ness Gardens

On Monday, a party of us enjoyed a very good dinner at The Wheatsheaf in Neston. Richard and my mother had the Barbary duck, my sister Evelyn chose lasagne, and I had the chicken curry served with Basmati rice. Everyone enjoyed their meals, and the place itself is spacious, contemporary country in style. We’ve dined there before and have always been pleased.

Just a few minutes along the narrow country lane is Ness Gardens. My mother had last been there when Eric was still in a pushchair, and Evelyn had never visited Ness before. They both thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon. The gardens offer so much contrast, from shady, hilly woodland glades to rambling meadows, to ponds and tidy flower beds, to jagged rockeries and glasshouses.
 
See photos of Ness Gardens here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Ness-Gardens

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