MORE Dereham ? you ask. Well, it just gets better. If there were a league table of unheralded English market towns it would be at No.27, squeezed between Darlington and Dartford. We TRIED to find something remarkable and new in the High Street, but perhaps the £5 note dispenser is a shock too far. So,… Continue reading THE CHERRY TREE STICKS TWO FINGERS UP TO CRAFT
Part II of the Impington v Histon special, and more pictures of closed pubs and Spring. At least this is NEW material. You left me at the Railway Vue, with 37 minutes to complete my hour’s exercise and buy eggs and rosemary, which sounds like a Leonard Cohen lyric c.1967. What could be more useful… Continue reading ……..AND HISTON START ?
I mentioned I had two pubs left to do in Norwich. Actually, only one, as a bit more detective work revealed that the Lord Rosebery was merely the newly ennobled but still wonderful Rosebery. So, just the Golden Star to visit and I could wobble back to Cambridge, hopefully remembering to change at Ely, as… Continue reading “YOU RECOMMEND ONE”
More cultural references, this time a celebration of the Pistols gig in 1977 which led to the banning of all young people under the age of 30 from Cromer*. Forever. Sid has aged well, less so Glen. I never thought I’d get two posts out of Cromer, but that’s 2017 for you. The only… Continue reading THE SPIRIT OF PUNK LIVES ON IN CROMER
As winter approaches we’re taking the campervan on a series of minibreaks to ensure it doesn’t freeze up, or whatever campervans do. Not much scope for new Beer Guide ticks within a 90 minute radius now, so off to Shepreth for some craft. There’s actually more to see in this bit of dull South… Continue reading PLOUGHING A PATH TO CAMBRIDGE CRAFT