Corfe Castle

Saturday is Caption Day – 22nd February 2014

Last week we visited stunning Corfe Castle in Dorset which is one of Britain’s most iconic and evocative survivors of the English Civil War, partially demolished in 1646 by the Parliamentarians.

With fallen walls, secret places and weird looking statues, there are tales of treachery and treason around every corner as well as castle ruins with breathtaking views across Purbeck making it the perfect venue for a caption or two.

Some of the walls are at very funny angles and this one looked especially unsafe so Kian decided he was going to try and push it back into position.

Can you caption it?

Corfe Castle

 

 

Corfe Castle

An Adventurous Day at Corfe Castle

We love February Half Term! Why? – I hear you ask…………. It is Teddy Zipwire time at Corfe Castle! I first shared this with you this time last year in my post Where Eagles Bear, but sadly Daddy get to come along that time so we decided that this year he had to join in the fun. We pulled up into the National Trust carpark just in time to see a steam train hurtling past, much to the delight of the kids who were jumping up and down and waving to the passengers.   Once the train had disappeared from …

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