Introducing: Discover Buckinghamshire – A Lawn Bowls Tour Unlike Any Other!

Aerial view of vast golden wheat fields in Buckinghamshire, England.
Experience the breathtaking beauty of Buckinghamshire’s golden wheat fields, stretching as far as the eye can see.

Welcome to Buckinghamshire, a county brimming with rich history, stunning landscapes, and a wealth of hidden treasures waiting to be explored. Known for its enchanting charm and captivating heritage, Buckinghamshire offers an unforgettable backdrop for your next lawn bowls tour.

With more National Trust properties than any other county in the United Kingdom, this picturesque region is a true paradise for lovers of architectural splendor and natural beauty. Immerse yourself in the grandeur of historic estates and gardens, marveling at their timeless elegance between your exciting bowls matches.

As you venture into the heart of Buckinghamshire, you’ll discover the vibrant town of Milton Keynes, the largest in the county. Experience the perfect blend of modern amenities and tranquil surroundings, providing a delightful balance for your group’s leisure and relaxation.

A true gem nestled within Buckinghamshire is Chequers, a prestigious mansion estate owned by the government. This distinguished retreat has played host to Prime Ministers since 1921, embodying the historical significance and political heritage of the region.

For fans of the beloved TV series, Midsomer Murders, Buckinghamshire is a true delight. Revered as ‘Midsomer County,’ this area has served as a backdrop for numerous filming locations. Immerse yourself in the captivating atmosphere as you explore the sites made famous by the show, adding a touch of intrigue to your lawn bowls tour.

Did you know that Buckinghamshire holds a unique horticultural claim to fame? The first-ever pineapple grown in the UK (and quite possibly the last) sprouted at Buckinghamshire’s own Dorney Court, once enjoyed by the discerning palate of Charles II. Delve into the curious history of this remarkable fruit as you engage in friendly competition on the greens.

But the wonders of Buckinghamshire don’t end there. Prepare to embark on a truly memorable experience aboard the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway, the only vintage steam train with a direct platform connection to London. Travel back in time, savoring the nostalgic allure as you revel in the scenic journey to your next thrilling bowls match.

Lastly, we cannot overlook the significant contribution Buckinghamshire has made to the world of sports. Stoke Mandeville, the birthplace of the Paralympics, proudly hosted the first-ever Stoke Mandeville Games in 1948, paving the way for the Paralympic Games we know today.

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