Monthly Archives: April 2018

Aldeburgh 20-4-18

A diversion on the way home to take in the next best place in the area for good old Fish & Chips at the Upper Deck restaurant, Aldeburgh. Aldeburgh is a coastal town in the County of Suffolk. The town is notable for having been the home  of composer Benjamin Britten. Arrived a bit early… Read More »

Southwold 20-4-18

With the weather being at its best, a trip to Southwold was on the cards. Southwold is a small coastal town on the English North Sea coast in the Waveney District of Suffolk, it is also very popular for day trippers. Arrived shortly after 11-30 am and managed to park the car near the Pier where… Read More »

Shuttleworth Training week

What a few days it was, the weather was grand and the Vintage Aircraft and Vehicles came out to play at the Historical Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden. I decided to take a few days off to spend some time at the collection with a pal of mine Brian for the Wednesday afternoon, and the Thursday… Read More »

Flying Scotsman At Baldock 19-4-18

A short visit to my old stomping ground, Baldock  to witness 60103 The Great Britain X1,The Flying Scotsman steaming its way to Cambridge, then on to Scarborough on one of many steam excursions planed  for 2018. The Visit to Baldock bought back many happy memories of my childhood growing up living in the town, seeing… Read More »

Tornado through Biggleswade

Last Saturday saw 60163,The Ebor Flyer, which was hoping to reach the top speed during it’s run to York. The Tornado was running on the East Coast Main line when it was forced to shut  down shortly after passing Biggleswade  Station,to the disappointed watchers further up the line hoping to capture the Tornado at high… Read More »

RSPB Members Weekend 2018

On the weekend of,6th-8th April, the annual RSPB Members weekend took place at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham. The RSPB Weekend gave the opportunity for Members and staff alike to share the passion for Nature. The weekend started on the Friday with one of Seven excursions to  a wide range of local places,such as… Read More »

Wroxham 31-3-18

Whilst visiting Norfolk over the Easter period, a planed trip to Wroxham to meet up with a couple of friends, Malcolm & Jan for lunch. Wroxham is a village and a civil parish in the  English county of Norfolk, it is also the capital of the Norfolk Broads with many visitor attractions, including a riverside park. The main shopping… Read More »

Erosion On Hemsby Beach. Easter 2018

With the recent news that the holiday homes/resident accommodations  are sitting dangerously close to the cliff edge. Coastal erosion has left some cliff-top homes in Hemsby, Norfolk uninhabitable. With recent stormy conditions that battered the coastline left some residents without a home left to call there own, some of the Hemsby residents are breathing a… Read More »