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GLOSSOP. Coffee in Derbyshire.

Okay so run with me on this one. As anybody who’s read any of my ramblings on this blog will know I am more than fond of of coffee, cake and rail travel and few weeks ago I managed to combine all three one Saturday afternoon. Where I live I’m lucky enough to have access to a selection of travel tickets. One of which, the Wayfarer covers a large area […]

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EDINBURGH. A Day At The Fringe.

One of the annual treats I look forward to is a visit to Edinburgh when the Festival and Fringe are on. It’s a time when the normally staid and sensible Scottish capital let’s its hair down and goes just a little bit mad. I know this post is a little bit behind times but real life does have a way of getting in the way of the best laid plans […]

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MANCHESTER. In Monochrome – Part One.

I was in Manchester at the weekend, one of the bustling Northern Powerhouses that are regaining something of their former pre-eminence. I had been in the city to meet up with a friend and after we parted, instead of heading straight back to the station I took a walk around Piccadilly Gardens, Oldham Street, St. Annes Square. After an unpromising start the day had got its glad rags on and […]

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LEIGH. Coffee To Go In The Dry.

Picture the scene, the weather is cold and just a bit damp. You have things to do so you have to venture out into less than friendly weather. You struggle through, mission accomplished and you head back to your train/ bus / car. You need cheering up, just then the warming aroma of fine coffee entwines itself around your nostrils as a mobile coffee van comes into view. Great you […]

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MANCHESTER. Coffee, Croissant & A Laptop.

Sometimes I find it more productive just to ease back, relax and do a bit of nothing. Instead of chiselling away at a project that has become a little “sticky” and uncooperative, I just step back and leave it for a while. I know this isn’t a new discovery, I certainly didn’t invent this method but it can be easy to overlook the benefits of pausing things for just a […]

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