This blog post about my experience at Chatsworth House is courtesy of Redbrick Communications.
It was lovely speaking to Jessica Ennis-Hill and it is clear to see that she is down-to-Earth, has a good sense of humour and is a great role model alike. We chatted about blogging and posed for photographs. Jessica Ennis-Hill has long since had an affection for Chatsworth estate,
“I have always loved visiting Chatsworth – it is such a beautiful venue with the most amazing grounds. It is not far from home and when I get a day off I often visit for a walk and relax. Now I have a little boy I enjoy visiting the adventure play area with him and we always pop into the farm shop on the way home for a few bits of local produce.”
Jessica Ennis-Hill joins a distinguished list of fair presidents from BBC Countryfile presenter and farmer Adam Henson, England cricketer Michael Vaughan, BBC gardening presenter Alan Titchmarsh, IAAF President Sebastian Coe and Olympic rower and former Red Sock Matthew Pinsent CBE.
In true style, the British Red Arrows dazzled the crowds with their aerobatic displays; swirling, diving and even making a heart shape. Flying distinctive Hawk jets, the Red Arrows represent speed, agility and precision. Receiving a roaring round of applause, it’s not hard to see why they are one of the world’s premier aerobatic display teams. The Duke of Devonshire commented: