The Bildeston Crown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to start my journey and it's not quite sunk in yet but I don't reckon it will until I'm there. I'll be using this travel blog thing to keep friends and family up to date where I am and what I'm up to keep you all in the loop. So keep your eyes out for more stories while I'm on my ...
I love a shopping spree and whilst Graham is not so keen, today we trekked to Braintree Freeport to stock up on travel wear and luggage essentials - blimey, it's a whole new world, isn't it? Although we've travelled extensively before, let's be honest we've been pampered by staying in pretty nice hotels with the luxury of air con and quite frankly a lot of the time lazing by the pool - and ...
I've left Maidstone, before I get in trouble for attending Student night while not a student.
It's time to head north and see Cambridge and eventually reach York, and see the Medieval and Viking history up there. So I've had to brave the M25 ring road that blocks my way north around London. I take the anticlockwise route and than have to go through the English rite of traffic that is The Dartmoor Bridge and Tunnel system. The Bridge carries traffic clockwise ...
... br> We walked past The Saffron Hotel on the way to the church when a sign caught my eye. Pints of Guinness for 2 pounds! We called in after the church visit and I had a cream tea and Jean had a pint ;-).
A bit of a quiet day really, but that's OK as we are on our wind down now.
Sarah my love. What could be better than having your 50th at the G watching Collingwood beat some also ran team in another victory for the ...
This was the church's first service in temporary (up to a year!) accommodation at Sandon School, as the largest hall on their main site is being rebuilt. All seemed to go smoothly, but "swan’s legs syndrome" may have been operating!
The congregation filled the school hall, maybe around 200+ in total. Quite a number were “young adults,” but still a small proportion of the congregation.
The service ...