Bletchley Park – The Code Breakers Part II

0 And so from this morning, I’ve done Bletchley part one, there is so much more to learn, of work that here was done, And now in Part II I […]

Arundel Castle – A Reduced History From The Normans To The Norfolks

0 I’ve done a six-mile walk, from Arundel to Stoke, and now I must return, to the company of folk, I walk along a tunnel, of ferns and tall lithe […]

Arundel – A Circular Walk To South Stoke

0 As my train approaches, the town of Arundel, the outline of its castle, casts me under a spell, My train is now a carriage, accompanied by knights, wooded dales […]

Blenheim – The Grand Old Dukes of Marlborough, Part II

0 “Oh the grand old Dukes of Marlborough, they had acres of land, they built a palace oh so grand, and appointed Lancelot, and when he was done, he was […]

Blenheim – The Grand Old Dukes of Marlborough, Part I

0 In a town along the Danube, in the depth of Bavaria, a man scrawls a note on the back of a tavern bill. It says “I have not time […]

Sonning to Reading – Back to Prose and Reading

0 Having made it from Shiplake to Lower Shiplake, I must now get to Reading, my nearest station at 4 miles away. But I’m not complaining, as it promises to […]

Ship Lake to Sonning – Simply Poetry By The River

0 To follow in his steps, and write in rhyme perhaps, his poems are inspiring, my trip not least exciting, for I am now in paradise, In less than 60 […]

Claygate – The Clay Beneath My Feet

0 I arrive in Claygate, and with that into the exciting world of clay. London Clay, as the name implies, lies underneath much of London. Where it transitions into the […]

Ashtead – Get Me to the Hall on Time

0 I hadn’t even heard of Ashtead until a fortnight ago. I’m here because of an invitation to a Malaysian feast, in aid of charity and to celebrate Eid. Lunch […]