After a week of typically autumnal weather – with foggy nights, pleasant sunshine, and periods of wind and rain a more unsettled spell of weather look likely with the remnants of the recent tropical systems likely to impact our weather towards the end of the weekend and into the beginning of next week. This made…Details
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During a review of my portfolio to see what areas of the country I hadn’t written about I was surprised to find that the Isle of Arran has either not been included at all or very rarely. So here we go. Described by many as ʻScotland in Miniatureʼ, the Isle of Arran truly is the…Details
It’s almost six months since the first part of the series on Britain’s Beautiful Castles and seeing as it seems to have been a popular topic I thought I would take you on another trip to see a few more. Lindisfarne – Northumberland I’ll start in northeast England on Holy Island and Lindisfarne. Sited atop…Details
Dungeness has a very unusual landscape with one of the largest expanses of shingles in the world at the end of a mile and a half promontory, between New Romney, Lydd, and Camber on Romney Marsh in Kent. As well as being a National Nature Reserve, a Special Area of Conservation and a Site of…Details
Britain is scattered with sacred sites from the outlying islands off North Scotland to the far south of Cornwall. Our ancestors saw something special in certain parts of the land and deemed them more sacred than others. People are still drawn back to these places today and the belief and ritual that surround them. So…Details
In the Autumn of last year I published an article on Britain’s Historic Harbours and following on from that I thought it worth taking a look at some of Britain’s wonderful wrecks I have discovered on my journey around the British Isles. The wonderful wrecks usually provide a really good focal point with plenty of…Details