After a lovely sunny day and having spent most of it sitting in front of a computer I decided to go for an evening walk. First instinct was the seafront, but in the end drove over to Sand Bay. We parked at the bus stop car park, though I think it has a proper name. We walked towards Sand Point.
The sun was setting, but it was still very light.
We passed the world war two era bunker which is slipping into the sand.
We walked all the way to Sand Point.
We then walked along the bottom of Sand Point, something I haven’t done before. We reached the mud, so turned back.
It was a lovely evening walk.
For my birthday I received a membership of the National Trust and we have been visiting a fair few places. The membership gives us free entry (and free parking) to hundreds of places across England and Wales as well as entry to properties in sister organisations such as the National Trust for Scotland.
I have decided to keep track of where we have been and what it would have cost us if we had actually paid to get in.
It’s not a true reflection, as if we had to pay the full entry price, we would probably have spent the entire day there. When we went to Dunster Castle we only spent a couple of hours, and there was so much we didn’t see, we are planning to go again.
King John’s Hunting Lodge
Two adults £5.00
Children go free
Family Ticket £39.20
Family Ticket £28.40
Free (no saving)
Family Ticket £38.65
Overall we would have spent £123.25 on tickets and parking, which now exceeds the £111 cost of a family membership. So still nearly nine months left to go. Wonder how much we will save?