Monthly Archives: January 2015

Day trip to Chichester

On the 27th we took a train to Chichester to visit the Pallant House Gallery, a really pretty gallery partly based in a fine old house (Georgian perhaps) and partly an adjoining modern structure. There was an exhibition of artwork … Continue reading

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Threat to Historic Street Lighting in Brighton

For some time I have been recording the delightful cast iron street lighting here on Round Hill.  I have been trying to get these wonderful pieces of heritage recognised as worthy of protection, but now I hear that the Council … Continue reading

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Ba Humbug – Robb Johnson’s regular pre-Christmas gig.

On Sunday 21st took a train to Shoreham and the Wellington to hear Robb.  It was crowded by 1.30pm.  Over two hours I drank some Hophead and Barnsley Bitter, and (best of all) Long Man’s Pale. Some excellent lyrics, including: … Continue reading

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