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Tag Archives: Gloucestershire
Some bits of the Forest of Dean are hardly forest at all. When Canute ruled England in the 11th century, he named the Forest of Dean and excepted the top of Plump Hill, then wild and treeless and scattered with … Continue reading
You know how it is. You open the bedroom curtains, not expecting much beyond a rain-spattered windowpane and hey presto, it’s all happening! This particular morning, when blissfully I was not expected into work until 10.30am, there was a widespread … Continue reading
I’m not sure how many people go along and support local orchestras but more people should try it. The musicians may be amateur but they are excellent and it’s a very affordable way to enjoy live classical music. The price … Continue reading
It was the morning of mornings. The saving grace about this decaying time of year is the suddeness of the beauty – the way gloomy drear gives way to spectacular gloriousness in the twinkling of an eye. It was began … Continue reading
Street art (since destroyed) by Beastie, Gloucester. I experienced a life-time first recently. A couple of Saturdays ago, I exercised my democratic right to protest peacefully about an issue in a public place. It didn’t seem very radical in … Continue reading
The sight of some freshly dug earth and pebbles in my local woodland made me feel exceptionally pleased. It proved that for now, my local badgers – in the middle of the Gloucestershire badger cull zone – are still alive … Continue reading