Monthly Archives: February 2014

Winter Waterland!

Yesterday whilst in Worcester I walked down to see the flood levels which had reached record highs on the River Severn. Many roads were closed to traffic in the town centre and every street had fluorescent clad figures helping the … Continue reading

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Southwold Sojourn

…oh I do like to be beside the sea” as the song goes and so do I…and where better to spend some time at the seaside than at Southwold on “Suffolk’s Sunrise Coast”! The Sunrise Coast The picturesque town of Southwold has … Continue reading

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Wildlife and Weapons

Some years ago I saw a photo of some distinctive concrete structures in a Orford tourist leaflet and was captivated by their brooding outlines against the horizon. I just had to visit. There is just something about this place that keeps calling … Continue reading

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