Monthly Archive: March 2014


So who was Jeremy Bentham?

A view of the Cleddau Bridge – Cars are transported high above the waters of Milford Haven now.  Decades ago the Hobbs Point jetty was where foot passengers and cars lined up to catch the Cleddau Queen and later the Cleddau King ferries across to “the other side”. A long shot down the Haven – just to the left is the embarkation point for the Irish ferry to Rosslare; on the right there’s a glimpse of the tanker jetties, a reminder that...


Eyes wide open in Lincolnshire

It was a Spring jaunt to Lincolnshire, a week of re-acquainting selves with faces and places from a long ago past… Who cannot be stirred by the sight of the vast Lincoln Cathedral presiding high above the city? Stand in front of the enormous West Front, contemplate the skill and dedication of those who more than nine hundred years ago began this building. Inside, far removed from the city’s hubbub, in the gloom at dusk, hear just the murmur of...

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