Graham John

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What is happening socially with attitudes towards property and what impact does that have?

Posted 13th November 2022
What is happening socially with attitudes towards property and what impact does that have on the future of the...

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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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What is a normal market?

Posted 25th October 2022
What is a normal market? It is a question that seems to be rarely asked, certainly rarely discussed in the press....

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What constitutes a healthy market?

Posted 16th October 2022
It isn't too difficult to describe what constitutes a healthy market yet people rarely do because it is subjective...

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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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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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Ludlow, it seemed a good candidate.

Posted 17th August 2021
Castles are a huge fascination and that historic cluster of structures in northwest Wales seemed a likely destination....

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Llangoed Hall and the Wye River

The Wye of Llangoed Hall: a magical visit.

Posted 23rd July 2021
I love surprises,  admittedly there is no reason why I should have been surprised by The Wye of Llangoed Hall...

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