Unlike Northampton and Oxford, St. Alban’s (City) is on the Thameslink network and also has a branch line to Watford Junction. Accommodation can be expensive but the less historic Luton is surprisingly convenient as a base, being about fourteen minutes away on the same line and costing about five pounds for a day return. Turning right… Continue reading The “awkward mediaeval cities” (3) : St. Alban’s
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A blue plaque for the Angel & Royal….?
The following is an extract from this article. :- “….The Angel and Royal Inn has been in Grantham for more than 800 years and still retains its medieval character….A blue plaque would celebrate the hotel’s history and mark its many significant royal connections….” And we Ricardians know the royal connection that matters; in October… Continue reading A blue plaque for the Angel & Royal….?
A house in Scarborough
If you visit Scarborough Castle and go down towards the beach from there, turn your head to your right and walk along the seafront opposite the Harbour, and you will notice something singular. Among the shops, cafés and fish-and-chip restaurants, there is a house that stands out because it is the oldest in the area.… Continue reading A house in Scarborough