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- May 17th - Interesting to note that the Wakeboarding company who... May 18, 2013
- May 17th - Spring wends onward, despite somewhat indifferent... May 18, 2013
- May 16th - Spring is here, too, at the verges, hedgerows and... May 17, 2013
- May 16th - A day without rain, for me at least, and quite... May 17, 2013
- May 15th - It was a dreadful commute on the way to the station... May 15, 2013
- May 15th - Today, I went to Redditch for the first time in more... May 15, 2013
- May 14th - Shire Oak Hill is a very old adversary. There’s... May 14, 2013
- May 14th - Grim ride home. The morning wasn’t bad, but... May 14, 2013
- May 13th - But my, the skies did look black. For most of the... May 13, 2013
- May 13th - Not a great day. Over to Telford early, then back to... May 13, 2013
- May 12th - I have a horrid feeling that the three glorious days... May 12, 2013
- May 12th - Not often I see this. In fields just to the east of... May 12, 2013
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- Meet the species on Brownhills Common tomorrow!
- A place to dance, play and talk
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Following on from all the remarkable stuff about Jasmine Cottage, Louise Sedgwick has been back in touch with some family photos she’s found of the house and garden.
Here’s a great email I’ve received from reader Louise Sedgwick about her memories of Jasmine Cottage, up on Wharf Lane, Brownhills – The warm, lovely memories Louise shares sit nicely alongside those of Michael Sarsfield from Wharf Cottages, featured a few days ago.
I’m still perusing my recent acquisition ‘The Wyrley & Essington Canal Through Time’ by Ray Shill…
Oh, my goodness – Narnia has escaped from the wardrobe again, and as ever, I’ve been out having fun The cycling was fine on main roads, but side roads and tracks were bad. The snow – falling gently all the time I was out – was being driven by a northeasterly surely crafted on Satan’s back doorstep.