Walking from the National Trust car park, we entered a small shop that sells rocks and fossils. The lady behind the desk, was lovely as we were looking around it started to rain. Me being me I forgot to pack the rain jackets in the car. The lovely lady offered to lend us her umbrella. which I graciously accepted.
The site itself is breathtaking and to be able to walk around in the history and imagine what happened inside the walls is incredible.
If you'd like to read more then have a look on the webiste http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/corfe-castle/history/ .
. The falconry display was amazing. Watching the birds flying around listening to the man tell the audience how they train the birds so they don't fly away was interesting.
The birds flew around in front of crowds with such grace and with what seemed very little effort.
Once the hawk had its prey in sight, it homed in and dived in at such a speed if you blinked you would have missed it!