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Re-falling in love with hiking

One of my favorite things about living in England is our proximity to National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Beauty (AONBs) with their myriad of opportunities for hiking, biking, and exploring. 311 more words


The Chase in May

It’s hard to believe that Tuesday, yesterday and today could have been consecutive days. After a day and a half of almost continuous rain, the skies are clear and blue, the sunshine warm and the breeze very pleasant – we need to be out somewhere… We’ll go for Cannock Chase – there are one or two wet places, but it’s mostly well-drained, with shingle and sand underfoot. 56 more words


Chasing Butterflies

We went further afield this weekend chasing elusive butterflies – Cannock Chase for Green Hairstreaks (Callophrys rubi) to be precise. Cannock Chase is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with large areas of heathland and woodland. 463 more words


Lindsay, Courtenay Traice. Died 28th Apr 1916

Courtenay Traice Lindsay was born in Belfast on 11 Dec 1874. His parents were Thomas Mitchener Lindsay and Ruth (nee Traice) who married in Lancashire in 1871. 424 more words


On the Chase

It’s a good place for wandering on a cold, bright and sunny day – even when it’s half term. The numerous parked cars are evidence of other people (and their children / grandchildren / dogs), but there’s plenty of space here. 84 more words


Travel: A walk in Cannock Chase, England

The New Year’s air is crisp and chilly as I step onto the icy ground. Cannock Chase is always busy whenever I visit; bikers lifting their gear from muddy cars, small children wrapped in heavy layers of bright coats and scarves, happy dogs wagging their tails in excited anticipation for their midday walks. 1,010 more words