Monthly Archives: June 2013


I find it endlessly interesting how the the female spawn of the British upper classes in bygone centuries were mindfully placed into matrimony at sexual maturity, their identity obscured by a customary (but not inevitable) change of name, only to supply … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

And so it flows…..

The most significant topographical feature of the hamlet of Orgreave, in Staffordshire, is its own stretch of the River Trent.  This meanders capriciously within level banks, almost invisible until you are upon it, alerted to its presence only by the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments