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Month: September 2018

To Winwick

To Winwick

Just for a look around. The tea rooms were open, but I arrived a bit late. This is a very small village, with some nice houses. I made my way back using the gated byways. Related Posts Extinction events in Ashby st Ledgers Ashby st Ledgers, seat of the ‘gunpowder plot’ of 1605. I cycled through there yesterday on the way to Daventry. Ashby st Ledgers Manor This… Bonnie Revival That’s right! The Bonnie Journey is to be revived. And…

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Yelvertoft -> Winwick in the Fields

Yelvertoft -> Winwick in the Fields

Close to the winding hole. That doesn’t really tell you much. There isn’t a lot here. As you can see, it’s faster than 73% of GB in terms of connection speed which makes life nice and quite with the advantage of the internet, TV and lot’s of solar. There’s not a lot around here. Related Posts Fitting flexible solar panels to a narrowboat This is a short guide to installing flexible solar panels to a narrowboat. Background I’ve lived on…

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Extinction events in Ashby st Ledgers

Extinction events in Ashby st Ledgers

Ashby st Ledgers, seat of the ‘gunpowder plot’ of 1605. I cycled through there yesterday on the way to Daventry. This is the manor house where the plot took shape. It was gifted by William the Conqueror around the dates of the Norman conquest to one of his subjects, Hugh de Grandmesnil. It’s a manor house in a classical style. The gunpowder plot was planned in the building you see straight ahead, the gatehouse, set back in privacy from the…

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