Monthly Archives: July 2011

Cornwall and Port Sunlight Part Two (which is not about Cornwall or Port Sunlight at all, really)

Notwithstanding the many attractions of staying in Port Sunlight, we did go further afield. The Clwydian Range is an area I have never been to, and it’s a much underrated part of Wales. The scenery here inspired much of Gerard … Continue reading

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The Penny Dreadfuls Present: Revolution

I’ve enjoyed The Penny Dreadfuls’ previous radio outings: The Brothers Faversham and More Brothers Faversham, and so was pleased to have tickets to watch the recording of their latest venture, Revolution, on the 15th June. The downside was, as always, … Continue reading

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