The sun shone on members of the OHCT who recently joined Richard Lethbridge on a trip to Rousham and Adderbury. We all had time to explore one of the greatest gardens in England before visiting the small and charming church surrounded as it is by pruned yew and guarded, on the day we visited at any rate, by peacocks. Then on to Adderbury where after a pub lunch we enjoyed a complete contrast. The perpendicular grandeur of St Marys, one of the largest churches in Oxfordshire. A sumptous tea was followed by a visit to the Quaker Meeting House, hidden by an old railway line it one of oldest of its kind in England and a perfect closure to what was a truly memorable excursion.