We have been Twinning for over 50 years !
Visit to Coalville 2010
Our main visit was to Windsor Castle, one of the Queens principal residences. It
was built by William the Conqueror and is the longest continuously occupied palace
Closer to home, we spent a day at Foxton locks - a flight of 10 interconnected locks
built 200 years ago and still in use today.
A morning at Strutts Mill at Belper, Derbyshire was very interesting - with our visitors
trying their hand on some of the machines.
We had an excellent lunch at Willesley Castle, built by one of the mill owners to
Our Group at Wllesley after lunch. (Right)
Our ‘farewell’ dinner was again at the Hermitage Park Hotel in Coalville.
We look forward to meeting up again in Romans in 2011.
Strutt’s North Mill
The Civic Reception at the Council Offices
Cllr Trevor Pendleton with Irene Champel & Isabel LeNey, Rosa Lebens & Delphine North
This year the sun shone for our bowls match