Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Valentines musical treat

February 15th saw me on stage with The Valentines for their annual Valentines Day concert, which was the 26th anniversary of the choir. We were pleased to welcome the Anvil Chorus as our guests which is the stage name of … Continue reading

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Hawkbatch, a fallen tree and muddy pigs…

We live on the edge of the beautiful Wyre Forest and this week we walked around Hawkbatch, a trail we havent been around for a number of years. It has spectacular views over the Severn Valley, the River and heritage … Continue reading

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Water, water everywhere

This weeks blog post continues on from last weeks, as along with most of the country at the moment, our local river, the Severn, is in flood. Bewdley is currently on high alert with flood defences erected along both banks … Continue reading

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Hidden gem at Burlish Top

We are very lucky to have some lovely countryside around the Wyre Forest which includes, in addition to the forest itself, two rivers, a canal and numerous nature reserves. Last weekend with the River Severn so high, the flood defenses … Continue reading

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