Such nice people, friendly and informative and enthusiastic. We called in on a Sunday afternoon and unlike other small-town museums where we usually whizz in and out again, we stayed about an hour or so chatting and learning about lace-making from Sue, who I will never forgive, as my wife now wants to take this up and attempt the beautiful work that Sue was demonstrating when we were there. She also chatted away enthusiastically with the lady in the the piano room talking about dolls. I tried chatting to the bloke in the cellar about smuggling but he just kept repeating the same thing over and over again. We will be back to test them all again another day. Thank you all for a very pleasant visit.
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