Poster / Notice in the Beatrix Potter Gallery @ Hawkshead ! , well it was a few days ago anyway , but it got me thinking , and Yes is a very simple answer , so Thanks to Till No 3 Person for info and brief chat , M
~ a garden artefact @ Hill Top , home of Beatrix Potter , looked after for us mortals by the National Trust ........ I'm sure it's in one of her stories :)))) , I kept waiting for one of the creatures to hop by !!!!
Beatrix Potter's home up in the Lake District near to Hawkshead , under the care of the National Trust , and even better you can now take photo's inside ( without flash as per NT guidelines ) , somehow I jammed this one , there were bucketfulls of visitors !!!! , even taking a pic for one of the Japanese visitors there , ..... he also said He hadn't seen my Fuji camera in use for a long time !!!
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Towards the end of our walk we stopped at Lingholm, once a private house but now there is a brand new cafe (good modern design) with excellent food. This is where Beatrix Potter first had her Lake District experiences and they have built a new walled kitchen garden on the site of the original, but considerably different. There are explanation panels about her, her work and the history of the house and area.