Author Archives: kindadukish

A Visit to Lyme Hall……………..

As I continue my wanderings and exploration of Cheshire (and continue to get lost on a regular basis as all the lanes in rural Cheshire look exactly the same) I decided to visit Lyme Hall, just off the A6 south … Continue reading

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Rod Liddle tells it like it is………….

Over the last few years various word and phrases have crept into the language and often make me want to weep e.g. selfie. However the one thing that makes me cringe and want to vomit is the phrase “woman/person/man of … Continue reading

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Anson Engine Museum…….a “must see” industrial heritage museum

Today I took the opportunity of visiting the Anson Engine Museum as I continue my exploration of the industrial heritage of the area I have recently moved to. I came across the website for the museum by chance on the … Continue reading

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The Anderton Boat Lift…………British Engineering at its Best

  Went for a walk around the country park next to the Anderton Boat Lift, which is just outside of Northwich in Cheshire. There is a pleasant little walk (a couple of miles or so) which takes you on a … Continue reading

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The British Police……becoming a laughing stock!

The British Police are in danger of becoming a laughing-stock, witness the recent arrest of a 78 year old defending his house against a burglar for stabbing the intruder. He then gets arrested for “suspected murder” before a public outcry … Continue reading

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The Bridgewater Canal in Cheshire

Since relocating to Weaverham in Cheshire just over five months ago I have been continuing my exploration of our industrial heritage in the surrounding area. Today I took the opportunity for a walk along the Bridgewater Canal, which is as … Continue reading

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First Aid Kit……..another Swedish export!

There are some musicians / groups who are so distinctive that it is almost sacrosanct to try to cover their songs. Amongst this select band I would put the Swedish super group Abba, whose sound was so distinctive, not least … Continue reading

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