Some have been photographed, and having listened to Andy Binks on Friday night, I realise I missed a lot of the sights and experiences out, and of course others are 'gone but not forgotten' as Andy would repeat with mantra like frequency.
I don't know if this is what anyone else would have chosen, but here's the tour:
From there, we walked past the strikingly blue Ceanothus in the well thought out bed at the bottom of Victoria Hill:
Pipers Area Residents Association are hoping to begin making the flower bed more attractive in their biennial tidy up on May 11th.
From Mr Cod, we walked up the hill further and nipped into the Ladies toilets which have been so sensitively renovated, retaining most of the original features, although maybe the cisterns would have been cast iron originally
Here's Kathy looking at the washing area,
And Jay thinking she's not going to be photographed by hiding behind a door and then peeking out.
the Core, had herbal teas and mango juice, and then went to have a look at the exhibition upstairs in the Core Gallery:
Ray's Ice Cream shop.
Beehive where Jane Milner-Barry has an exhibition of her paintings:
And so to the station after a fabulous day in Swindon, the company of course makes the difference. On the way home, walking up the hill, the sun was setting and I knew if I rushed to Cross Street, I'd be able to see the sun setting, on reflection I probably should have cropped the photo to remove the bins, but it was glorious watching the sun go down.