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Cedar Lodge

Sometimes I’m invited to photograph some stunning properties, but Cedar Lodge was one of the most stunning to date.

Situated on the escarpment overlooking the river Trent and a commanding view beyond to Burton on Trent, this was indeed a fantastic place to photograph. 90 more words


10th June 1880-Malt Follows Hops in Having Its Duty Removed.

‘Say, for what were hop-yards meant/Or why was Burton built on Trent?’-Housman reminds us the importance of hops in the brewing process.(1)

The Author remembers working in the Hop Stores of the famed Bass-Worthington Breweries in Burton-on-Trent, where the Fuggles and Goldings from mainly Kent and Herefordshire revealed a litany of villages: Paddock Wood, Faversham, Goudhurst, Tenterden, Horsemonden, Bromyard and those from the Hop Gardens of Brewers, Shepherd Neame. 468 more words