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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 ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
Wednesday 3rd - Birstall
If you're reading this Rod, yes, the stretch of river heading north out of Leicester was a bit dreary in parts but was very soon erased from our memory upon our arrival at Thurmaston Lock when we discovered Watermead Country Park.
Sitting just five miles north of Leicester, Watermead Country Park is a 140 hectare green oasis. It is a haven for wildlife and a peaceful stretch of countryside.
... about high winds. The city has a very pleasant feel about it and it is quite compact really. It feels a bit like Chester and I kept expecting to see a city wall but there isn't one. It does have a cathedral and it does have a castle although what remains of this does appear to be enclosed within a brick building and is only open to the public once a week. We did go up the castle motte which is now a pleasant garden area. We found Walkers famous pie shop and ...
... We first stopped off at Rutland Water, a reservoir/recreation area built in 1970. We went down to Normanton Church, which is actually just the top window layer and steeple of the former St. Matthews Church, located on a promontory. Apparently there was a whole town that had to be moved out in order to build the reservoir - hundreds were displaced for the benefit of thousands. The church was filled with rocks and cement, deconsecrated, and now holds only civil weddings. ...