Hi, I'm Mark.
I live in a cabin, on a farm, in the woods, with my little calico cat, Polly. We're surrounded by beautiful fields, full of cows and horses, with stunning views of the countryside. The farm is mainly a Livery Yard, but there are cows here too. I often get involved with...
I'm a hardworking mum of two. I'm looking to come back into pet sitting after a break to have my children.
I'm happy to feed, let out, clean and water your animals.
I have worked with horses for the last 12 years, including working for an equine vets. Whilst doing this...
I am a mum to my 10 year old son and our house of animals. Over the years I have grown up with animals all my love and just love animals. We currently have 2 rescued king charles cavaliers Charlie and huey and 2 rescued cats pads and Wigan and 1 fish thunder who we rescued from the fairground as he wasn't...
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Buckinghamshire is a non-metropolitan and ceremonial home-county located in South East England. Offering beautiful landscapes and walks, Buckinghamshire is beautiful county to visit and a wonderful place to live.
Notable for its natural features and open countryside, including the River Thames, Stowe Landscaped Gardens near Buckingham and the Chiltern Hills Area of an exceptional natural beauty, Buckinghamshire is rich in history.
A long-distance footpath, namely the Ridgeway Path, passes through the county where visitors are able to visit and explore many of the historic houses opened to the public by the National Trust. Waddesdon Manor, Cliveden Park and West Wycombe are just a few of the stunning historical landmarks that this county boasts.
The county of Buckinghamshire offers visitors and tourists a wealth of family friendly attractions, glorious gardens and historic houses, as well as a magnificent countryside full of beautiful trails to enjoy on scenic walksv all alongside the luxury country estates. All that is fantastic about this beautiful county lies in the fact that it is home to the most National Trust properties of any county. Besides being the homeland of the Paralympic Movement, the county of Buckinghamshire is also home to the TV series "Midsomer Murders" and famed writer Roald Dahl, both celebrated their own respective museum.
There are also many pet-friendly activities all over the county, which you can take advantage of.
While visiting the location of Bletchley Park located in Buckinghamshire, you will feel inspired by Colossus, the first programmable electronic digital computer in the world. Sports facilities in Buckinghamshire include Adams Park in the south and half of the international Silverstone Circuit which overlaps the Northamptonshire and the Buckinghamshire border.