Time for another quaint English town! A short while ago we happened to pass through Marlborough, and my husband suggested we could stop for lunch - and you've probably worked out by now that I don't turn down food!
We ate at a cafe called Appleby's, and somehow managed to fill ourselves up (with homemade soup, potato wedges, and coffee) to the extent that we left without sampling their amazing-looking cakes. Won't make that mistake next time! The food was very tasty, though, and the atmosphere upstairs was lovely.
We also made time for a short walk around the town, taking in William Golding's house (which we hadn't known was there)...
... and some fascinatingly knobbly trees!
I believe it's a form of coppicing where they chop off all the branches each year (but leaving the main trunk), however I don't know much about it. Anyone wiser than me?