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Weaver Conjunction

My picture shows the River Weaver Navigation at Hartford, Cheshire, where the Navigation is perhaps at its most bucolic. I have caught it, moreover, in its autumnal colours. 255 more words

The Ginuary Sale

Dry January? I think not.

Definitley not at the Botanist, who are offering 2 G&T’s for £4.75!! and I don’t just mean Bombay and tonic on draught, I’m talking about amazing gins! 50 more words

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Brunchin'

If I have a day off work or starting late and don’t have any food in the house I wouldn’t even think to go to the supermarket to make my own food… I’d go straight to Nourish in Wilmslow. 161 more words

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Book twenty-four and Book twenty-five: The Weirdstone of Brisingamen and The Moon of Gomrath (Tales of Alderley) #Garner

The Tales of Alderley are children’s fantasy novels written in the 1950s and 60s by Alan Garner.  Despite critical success Garner actually grew to dislike his characters and the third book in the series wasn’t released until 2012! 523 more words

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Sunday Morning

I had planned on going out on Saturday to do my long slow run, but after a busy Saturday morning and afternoon I made some rubbish excuses to myself and didn’t end up going out on Saturday evening as planned. 1,186 more words

Boundary Restaurant at the Cheshire welcomes top regional chefs


Boundary Restaurant at the Cheshire welcomes top regional chefs to create a fantastic dining experience during “Chef’s Night Off” event
ST. LOUIS, MO/January 11, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Boundary Restaurant – A fun and delectable culinary experienc…
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Friday 13.01.17

Hello!

Isn’t today a day for bad luck? Here’s a castle. You can go and live there to hide from bad luck. Of course, this castle (in Cheshire) is quite cold and breezy, so you might want to take a flask of hot chocolate for the top of the hill. 23 more words

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