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Tag Archive for ‘Live Music’

SNAPSHOT! Lancaster & A Good Night Was Had By All.

Should you find yourself in the English county town of Lancaster you could does than to take yourself off to the John O’ Gaunt pub ( other pubs are available) . I made my second visit this week and it was just as much fun as the previous one. I think it may be becoming a habit. I could think of worse ……. Some Links. https://www.facebook.com/johnogaunt/ https://visitlancaster.org.uk https://www.visitlancashire.com https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1/sets https://lachlan-main.pixels.com/shop/prints […]

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SNAPSHOT! Astley Park, Always Something Going On.

I had lunch in Chorley today and as usual I had a wander through Astley Park and up to the Hall. The was activity all around, Chorfest was up and running and preparations were in hand for the upcoming flower show. That’s in my diary for the upcoming weekend. Some Links. https://astleypark.co.uk https://www.chorleyflowershow.com https://checkoutchorley.com https://lachlan-main.pixels.com https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Lachlan1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=lachlan+main&crid=2YYEKAK5CG3W7&sprefix=%2Caps%2C229&ref=nb_sb_ss_recent_1_0_recent

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SNAPSHOT! Kendal, Going Crazee.

And hello from the Cumbrian gem that is Kendal. I’m on my travels with a mix of train and bus, so that should make for an exciting day, what with railway troubles, heatwaves, possible meteor strikes, alien invasions etc. So before any of the above kick off I am currently sat outside Farrar’s coffee house enjoying coffee and cake while being serenaded from across the road by a very good […]

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CHESTER. Music On Northgate Street.

If you flit back through the electric pages of my blog you’ll know that Chester is a regular destination of mine. It has a range of attractions for the camera carrying blogger. History dating back to Roman and pre Roman times, a range of architectural styles, plus the contrast between the hustle and bustle of the city centre and the quieter stretches down by the river Dee at the Groves where it pauses a while before launching itself over the weir by the Old Dee Bridge on its way out to the estuary and the Irish Sea.

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