Even shorter posts from now; more time for you to wash your hands and catch up on back issues of BlackpoolJane.
I forgot to give you the pinked map for Worcestershire; I know in these uncertain times a pinked map brings great comfort.
No more new pubs to bring you for the forseeable future, but I can still bring you some pictures to show what we’re missing, so we’ll appreciate it even more when we get it back.
Starting with Wonderful Worcester, home to famous underwater cricket team the Webbed Pears.
The waters have receded, Deep Impact style, so I stopped for a wee and a coffee, which will probably be my last for a while too (a coffee, not a wee) . How stupid is it at my age to have a large Columbian filter from Coffee #1 before a long drive home ?
Worcester was virtually deserted at 3pm on Sunday. At least that means that you won’t come within 2 metres of anyone. I guess we won’t be allowed out on to the streets to admire architecture like this soon.
There’s two cathedrals in Worcester. One is more than a thousand years old; the other that has probably featured more than any other pub on this blog.
Once this is over I’ll come back and do the Eagle Vaults justice; it’s not just the micropubs and home brewers that need our support, you know.