Newark Park, set in the hills looking down on the Severn Valley, is an old Tudor hunting lodge dating back to the 1500s which has been extended several times. It is only about 10 years or so since it was last lived in, so it has quite a homely feel to it, and the rooms inside the house are of a good “home” size. Continue reading
The first Bank Holiday weekend of the year so I’ve taken the opportunity to choose a couple of places to go to this weekend. Today I went to Hailes Abbey near Winchcombe. Continue reading
We certainly got the best part of the day with some nice sunshine. In my coat and scarf I felt at times like I’d put on too many layers. Continue reading
Today I went for a cold (but at least dry) walk at Batsford Arboretum. Continue reading
This afternoon Corinium Radio was broadcasting live from the 2019 Cirencester Fleece Fayre. Continue reading
When I woke up this morning there was a lot of snow outside. Although I had no plans to travel, on a Sunday I normally go up to Worcester visiting relatives, but that went out the window this weekend. Continue reading
In 11 days, voters in Britain choose who they want to represent them in the European Parliament for the next 5 years. The question is: What does the EU do for us in Gloucestershire, and would Britain be better off… Continue reading
Its been a while since I did anything at Corinium Radio, but this week I chaired the first meeting of the Technical Committee since our broadcast in November.
Since 2006 the final weekend in November has marked the Autumn/Winter broadcast of my local community radio station, Corinium Radio, which I have been a part of since it launched in early 2006.
Last Monday I took and passed my driving test for the first time.