Saturday, 1 August 2009

Beamish - Part One

Welcome to the wonderful world of Beamish Open Air Museum in County Durham, England. Acres of land preserved and maintained to reflect all aspects of life in the early 20th Century. Beamish was originally a small coal mining village, so living conditions were hard - but OH SO BEAUTIFUL!!!!
I took so many pictures that sunny day I was in 7th Heaven - everything was pure eye candy - so I have decided to do a few posts - this one is called.....
HOW SCHOOL SHOULD BE!!!!
My girls had so much fun in the old classroom, writing on the old slate boards and sitting at the lovely school desks. The teacher was very composed and quite strict - always staying in character. Watching my three girls was like watching The Little House on the Prairie! The playground - and a few hoops to practice with - they were metal and the noise was excruciating! So beautiful - how I wish my children could go to a little village school, in the 1920's, on a sunny day. Next post........we go shopping . Wait until you see the Haberdashery!!!
TTFN xxxx

5 comments:

  1. What a fantastic experience, I feel like I've been on vacation!! Thanks so much for this peek into your trip, can't wait to see the haberdashery!

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  2. Oh how wonderful! I have always wanted to go to Beamish!
    Can't wait for your next post! ;-)

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  3. Oh how wonderful, it is great for your girls to have a taste of how things used to be !
    It looks beautiful there great pics look forward to seeing more x

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  4. Can't wait to go to the haberdasher's. I visited Beamish over 20 years ago and would love to visit again.

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  5. What a fantastic experience!

    Victoria xx

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