Most people start to get the impression that winter is on its way out in March. This year, the weather fairies seem to have flipped a switch on the 1st March and immediately cheered everyone up with a bit of sunshine. It’s interesting though, even when one would say the weather is improving, some people… Continue reading Has Spring Sprung?
A month into 2015 and we’ve had maybe a flurry of snow, the English weather is as non-descriptive as it always is in the southeast. This doesn’t seem to matter to our local train service, whose ineptitude knows no bounds. I have just spent an hour stood on a frozen(ish) platform, seen all trains into my… Continue reading January Favourites
Another bank holiday weekend and a Sunday which offered a bit of sunshine and great company. Yesterday I had the wonderful opportunity to reconnect with someone from my childhood, someone I haven’t seen in more than passing for 20 years. This part of Kent has a strange pull on the people who grow up here.… Continue reading Blean Woods & Stupidity
With the last of the summer bank holidays feeling like a long-lost subtext to an otherwise non-existent warm season; the Faversham Hop festival signifies one last opportunity to see off summer. A welcoming to the light, colour, and flu germs that epitomise autumn in the UK.