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Holst: bringing war, peace, jollity and much more to The Royal Albert Hall

Posted 7th November 2022
An iconic venue in it's one hundred and fiftieth year, a great year to hear Holst: bringing war, peace, jollity...

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Egerton: atop the Greensand Ridge

Posted 2nd November 2022
The Greensand Way is a one hundred and eight mile walk that connects Hamstreet in Kent to Haslemere in Surrey. Egerton...

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Picnic and Polo

Posted 15th October 2022
A Sunday jaunt to Ham provided a glorious Picnic and Polo combination. Time flies and August seems so long ago...

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Picture perfect Caerdydd, a park for all seasons.

Posted 24th September 2022
The creators of Parc y Rhath or Roath Park would be very happy in the knowledge that their efforts created a picture...

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Charing, the Kent village with a Palace

Posted 10th September 2022
Charing, the village with a Palace sits upon the Pilgrims Way and has a long history. It is one of those villages...

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High Streets: Declining or Evolving?

Posted 12th November 2019
The impending death knell for our High Streets has long been anticipated and is a continual topic for copywriters...

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LeMay: America’s Car Museum

Posted 12th July 2016
Rather a grand title but then this is quite a collection and somewhere everyone will find of interest! Film...

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My favourite building in Kent

Posted 6th January 2016
A ripple nudges at stonework beside your feet, the wake from a duck that has hurriedly left just seconds before,...

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The Listed Property Show 2015

Posted 9th March 2015
The Listed Property Show is a great opportunity for owners of period homes to meet a variety of experts first hand...

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