An Autumn walk around Kedleston Hall

One of my favourite things to do in Autumn is to go on woodland walks.

I haven’t done this in a while as I’ve been busy with uni life and work, but now that uni is over I have spare time in the day to do all the Autumn things I want.

I’ve been in Derby for the past three years and there is still so many parts of it left to visit and discover.

A new place I recently visited was Kedleston Hall.


I had a quick look around the hall itself although that kind of thing doesn’t really interest me much, the main reason I visited was to walk around the beautiful grounds.


It was such a pretty walk. I went last week just as some of the leaves are starting to turn brown and saw so many squirrels and pheasants.


They even had a den building area so of course I had to make one.


I’m such a pro.

They also had these cool stepping stone things but with tree stumps.


The Kedleston Hall grounds are so huge. There is a short or long trail you can take, I had to take the short one as I was stuck for time.


It’s owned by the National Trust so you do have to pay to get in. It’s £5 just to walk round the grounds but it’s worth it.

I want to go back again in a few weeks and walk round the rest of it.

Bye for now x


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Published by Jess

Hi and welcome to my blog. I graduated from uni a few years ago with a degree in journalism and I currently work full time in digital marketing. I have a passion for travel, photography and food!

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