The river Lea is an ancient river. It’s name is thought to have derived from a Celtic name for a deity. It is one of the largest rivers in London, […]
#Hertford, by the #RiverLea, is under an hour away from #LiverpoolStreetStation. And in this idyllic town from #Saxon times I uncover the story of one of its owner, and then prisoner, of its once-upon-a-time castle.
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 will […]
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 stand […]
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 minutes […]