Parlors Hall Hotel
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Taid and Nanny are going on their travels very soon. I hope you will follow us on the map to see where we are. We will try to write every day about where we are and we will add some photographs too if there is wifi where we are. We hope that you will write some comments for us so that we will know how you are. Today we are in Much ...
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... another visit. Folk busily shopping , late on a Sunday afternoon. Drove to Ombersley, to stay with Barbara, the wife of my late cousin John Mushen, who died in 2012. Her daughter Claire was there, with children Eva and Saul. Claire visited us, with another school teacher friend, in Mt Isa, years ago. Also there was Barbara's son, Michael, so we had a great catch up on the Ross/Mushen side of the family over dinner. Much admiring of The Boomer, of ...
... Town Hall a visit. A tudor style building that is positioned smack bang in the middle of the street, where you can actually drive under it. The building was erected in the mid 17th century and was originally an assizes, where convicted criminals met their fate.
After our stroll in the main street we explored the quirky side streets and shops and paid the St Leonards Church a visit. A very lovely old church, originally situated in ...
... basin. The path goes up behind a factory, and emerges on a main road by B&Q. There is a bus stop there, so we took photos of the timetable for the ones which run on a Sunday.
We crossed over the road into Leasowes Park, which apparently was built as a landscaped garden. We found the old canal route and followed it until it disappeared in a housing estate. This is the next section that the Dudley Canal Society is trying to restore.
We retraced ...