Today I went for a treatment at The Nunnery, which used to be a convent on the Isle of Man. It is thought to have been founded in the 6th century, by Saint Bridget of Kildare, who became the first Abbess. Sadly, it was suppressed by Henry VIII, and dissolved in 1540.
It was an exceptionally hot afternoon, with a cloudless blue sky. I only walked about 100 yards, but what a joy it was to be in the beautiful parkland which still surrounds the remains of this old convent. I would like to share my photos with you, and hope you will enjoy them.
My walk was so short that I didn’t even have a migraine afterwards, which was a great boon. This lovely afternoon has left me with some truly wonderful memories to ponder.