Riverbank Guest House
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... Do you only want the anti vandal key or the BWB key as well?" I am asked. I start to say only the anti vandal key when I realise, if I do, at some stage, need the BWB key, I'll REALLY be in trouble. "I'd best take them both," I say, with what I hope is an adorable smile.
The next 6 locks cover a 2 mile stretch and I decided to walk between the locks. I was mulling over the idea that I should really do something about my impatience. When we decide ...
... that you might like to consider. My chosen route from Hope to Edale was around seven miles and took in the climb to Lose Hill and then along the top of the ridge to Mam Tor before dropping down into Edale. Given the train arrival at Hope of 10.40 and there being a train from Edale at just after 15.30 back to Sheffield I was fairly confident that I would arrive with plenty of time for a 'pie and a pint' before catching the train too. I would be rude ...
... years representatives and to welcome the three new successors, of which I am lucky to be one!
Listening to last year's scholars and what they have achieved left me feeling a few emotions;
1) Excited. I mean seriously, is this happening!?
2) Welcomed into a new, supportive and dynamic family.
3) Like I have a lot to ...
... stepping stones', everyone arived at Penistone (pronounced with a short vowel 'e' even though it's followed by one 'n' in case you're wondering about unfortunate pronunciation) unscathed. Theories abound as to the history behind the name!
We are looking forward to Louie and Ellie organising a hire car so we can venture further afield to some of the more classic Peak District walks. ...
... Knightly and Matthew McFadyen. It is a beautiful house now owned by a charitable trust and the ancestral owners, the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, now pay rent to live there. It is a big business with farm walks, adventure playground as well as the main house and garden. We joined a free pre-visit talk by one of the guides so that we had a picture of how Chatsworth had developed over the years. We also hired ...