Tag Archives: Cheshire

Romantic ruins and inner visions

I’m elitist and snobby. Unadventurous. Uncultured. And worse. They’re just a few of the things I’ve been accused of being. No, not by trolls, nor disgruntled readers. This is some of my friends I’m talking about. Why? Because I’ve not … Continue reading

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My mum and Aunty Maureen. By way of being a paean to a very special supermarket

Every now and again I travel twelve miles to a supermarket. A long way to go, given there are two perfectly acceptable ones within two miles. And both morally acceptable places for me to shop – for reasons that range … Continue reading

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