July 8 2015 Latest news:
Jean Keevil loved her childhood in Bath Street, though is sad the area has changed
Combine this journey with a visit to the garden centre; you will find a space in their extensive car park and some refreshments on return. In the summer an area with tables and seating is open for leisure activities next to the Colne River. The ramble is an easy route following the travel of the sun to the village of Great Tey, one in a group of villages including Marks Tey. It involves little hard-top walking and the route back from west to east is clearly marked by the Essex Way and other discs. One farm complex, singled out by a large painting of the English flag on a high wall, is undergoing a barn conversion to a private residence – watch this space!
With the mounting costs of family holidays, events like Latitude can be a genuine alternative to a traditional bucket and spade break.
From high up on the fell we could see Derwent Water and many of the hills made famous by the journals of the great Alfred Wainwright.
Charlie Adams enjoyed life in the fast lane when he found himself surrounded by supercars and hypercars on the streets of Monaco.