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No.fifty6 is situated 1.5 hours drive from Calais and 40 minutes from Lille, which has direct train connections to St Pancras International and Albert. If you are on a road trip, simply put your location into Google Maps on the right to plan your route.
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"Hello Julie and David,
Arrived back safely in London on Wednesday and back home yesterday.
I just wanted to say thanks so much for helping make our stay with you such an enjoyable one and it was a bonus to find that Sally and Chris shared our table.
We all got on so well, "jelled" I think is the word. Wonderful food at every turn.
Good luck to you both. I know you will be a success with your business."
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31st May 2020
After 60+ days of full, strict lockdown, there was a slight easing of lockdown here from 11th May. Since then we have been able to go out within 100km radius of our home, while maintaining social distancing. So this has meant we have been able to do what we love to do – going out and exploring the wonderful Somme, visiting cemeteries and memorials, being mesmerized by nature and paying respects to the fallen. That first day we took a simple picnic and went to a favourite spot of ours, up on the bank behind the red dragon at Mametz. Just us, nature and the boys who remain there. It was chilly with a bracing wind, but there was something life affirming about it. We walked across the valley to the outskirts of the wood and watched the wind create rhythmic waves in the barley growing in Death Valley. That was the start of several journeys out for us. Not a problem social distancing, just us and those who lie in these green fields of France.Read more