Monthly Archives: December 2018

Season’s Greetings From Biggleswade

That’s it folks, my final blog before the New Year. I would like to thank you all who have been following me during 2018 and for those who had comfort from reading and sharing my blogs, thank you. Here we go, as it is the time to get festive with just a week to go… Read More »

Duchess Through Biggleswade

Last weekend saw the return of steam trains pounding the tracks on the Great Northern Eastern Railway line, which is great to see. Arrived at the station 20 mins before hoping to pick my spot at the end of the platform, one thing I noticed was the lack of steam train enthusiast at the station, maybe they are… Read More »

Christmas At Barton Le Clay.

Its that time of the year again when the festive season gets well and truly under away, so it is the annual visit to the Olde  Water Mill at Barton Le Clay, just off the A-6 towards Luton. This particular place is a gem for those who like to have a Leisurely look round, it… Read More »

Journey Home 3-12-18

Weekend finished its time to head off back home to Bedfordshire, not looking forward to the 3 hour journey, as the weather conditions weren’t ideal. So my friend, Ange  opted to drive, thank you for that, so here we go, left my friend, Julia’s  house, waved goodbye to what we had, a great weekend. On… Read More »

Creative High Street, Hedon

Day 2 of my weekend trip to East Yorkshire, this time it is in the small town of Hedon, which happens to be our base for the weekend, staying with our  friend Julia. Hedon is a small town and civil parish in Holderness in the East Riding of Yorkshire, approximately 5 miles west of the… Read More »

Evening In Hull

Last weekend a planned trip to Hull to have a catch up with our friend, Julia, she was a fantastic host. The plan was to do the last bits of Christmas shopping before the main rush which we all know starts this week. Arrived mid afternoon to this wonderful City which boast of having three… Read More »