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From the Forest of Dean to Newgate: William Probert, hanged 1825.

On 7 April 1825, William Probert stood trial at the Old Bailey, charged with stealing a mare from Ruardean, in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Probert was a native of the Forest of Dean, and although he had moved away to London years ago, for a couple of months he had been staying with his mother in Lydbrook. 1,493 more words


Newent Cycling Loop

Newly published is a 28 mile circular cycle route exploring the lanes of north west Gloucestershire around Newent.

The route starts in Newent and includes the following attractions: 68 more words

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It's Competition Time!

This years Forest Showcase Food & Drink Festival promises to be bigger than ever before with lots of new ways that people can get involved. 429 more words


Reasons to visit the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean this bank holiday

Creativity and Cream Tea

At Hot Pot Pottery tea-room and gallery in Christchurch, you can soak up the creativity in our gallery, get creative yourself with Pottery Painting AND combine this with a scrumptious Shortcake Cream Tea (our speciality: two homemade, melt in the mouth, shortcakes in a stack with whipped cream and strawberries and a pot of tea for one – JUST £3.25!). 520 more words

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free stock photos photos of dreams

free stock photos photos of dreams photo for free download, we have thousands of free funny photos or high resolution images(photos) or free stock photos for free download. 29 more words

European Nightjar

With the end of the Nightjar season fast approaching, this was probably my favourite shot of the year, though I still have a number of images and hours of footage to work through. 60 more words

A Day in the Forest

This post is a bit of a weird one to write.

On Friday, my folks took our family dog to the vets and, sadly, she’s not doing so well. 189 more words