The Cricketers' Arms
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... to reach the toll booths and now I'm off again, up the M25, until I can hop off & hit the minor A roads, and the B roads. Much nicer, much safer and full of surprise vistas, villages and the occasional castle or ruin on the horizon.
The minor roads are much more fun on a bike, and a mad Spanish truck driver is less likely to blow you off the road as it flies past at 80 miles per hour up the motorway.
Or more frightening is to see a tiny little ...
... which helps fund research and staffing in the Breast Cancer research and treatment centres and so I decided to include the charity ACT (Addenbrookes Charitable Trust) as one of my two chosen charities for my challenge.”
So it’s not just one charity that Paul will be helping and therein lies another heartwarming tale personal to the maddest Mod in Saffron Walden. Here’s Paul again.
“My other chosen charity and ...
... the execution of this wish has resulted in the opposite. Everybody noticed.
Not only because the Groom would have it no other way, a mission in which he was assisted by Peter the Great and Jennifer. Neither would the families have it any other way. Particularly in view of the surprise they were treated to.
I think the Bride wants to do a blog entry of her own....wait for it....what's this....a message from Peter
... have been there for me through every step of this process. My dad even made me a binder of all the study abroad information I needed before I left, including maps of my campus, bus information, and exchange rates of European countries. Some may call that overprepared, but I just call it helpful and loving.
They have always been there for me emotionally while I've been ...
... village of Montacute. For any Jane Austen tragics out there the 1995 film version of "Sense and Sensibility" with Kate Winslet and Emma Thompson was filmed here. The opening shot is of the pub we stayed in and Montacute House was used as Mr Palmer's Manor. We did what the parents-in-law did so well, we "oozled" around the countryside visiting Saxon Hill Forts and the Cerne Abbas Giant cut into the chalk, drank cider (well I did, only appropriate ...