On bank holiday Monday, giving the Jubilee celebrations a wide berth, we resumed our National Trust adventures and headed over to Little Moreton Hall. The manor house, dating from the Tudor period, is in Congleton, Cheshire. Tudor isn’t really our thing but it’s a quirky little place, with lots of uneven floors and a long, intricately decorated gallery that runs the length of the second floor. It also has a moat, a very manicured knot garden and a tea shop where we had an obligatory cream tea. And, after several months of deliberation, we finally purchased this gorgeous woolen blanket from the NT shop.