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Snow is falling all around us .. Children laughing having fun

HI everyone

I hope you are safe and sound and not stuck in your car somewhere

Well the weather has been and is changeable and surprising us.   86 more words


Tea@Tidser pt.3

We arrived at our next change over the historic town of Buxton famous for its grand and lavish buildings and of course its water.

We headed up to its once grand station to jump on to our next connection but with a good half hour to kill we decided to have a walk around the towns once grand railway junctions. 315 more words


January 29, 1915

Derbyshire became the first county outside London to form a Home Guard 100 years ago this week – with Ashbourne in the vanguard.
A meeting prominently advertised in the Telegraph a week previously was well attended and addressing the audience Mr THB Bamford was bullish about the passage of the war.  864 more words

Tea@Tidser pt.2

Well here we were just boarding the Hulleys 173 bus on what would be possibly  be one of best bus journeys on our travels to date. 905 more words


January Contrasts.........

The Weather Forecasters predicted snow, yellow weather warning are in place, and it may yet arrive… but not as yet.

Instead we have enjoyed a day of contrasts and there is nowhere better than in our local woodlands to enjoy the full range of that contrast.  172 more words


Fun times at the allotment!

After taking on our first allotment in October, just a week or so after our ‘big move’ an awful lot has happened. Through no fault of our own we haven’t been up there that much but, I have to say how thrilled I am with what we have done. 128 more words

Being Mum

Discovering Albion- Day 2: Merry meetings and Manchester airport

Friday was a good day. We had a late and leisurely start after a fair amount of talking and a little wine…note the restrained understatement on both those counts… The car was packed and ready to go… we would not be back for some time… but first there was School business to attend to; the directors of the Silent Eye converged on the little village of Great Hucklow and the Queen Anne for a meeting. 595 more words