I was sorry to read this morning that Beach Restaurant in Bognor Regis had burnt down. We visited Bognor in March this year and picked up take away fish and chips from this restaurant. Full blog post coming about our family day out in Bognor Regis in due course.
We were travelling to Somerset on the A303 a tiny smidgen above an indicated 70mph via cruise control. The conditions were dry, visibility was good and my speed was appropriate to overtake the slower traffic. I was undertaken by a Lamborghini driver, I applied my brakes and reduced speed to avoid the collision. Once the … Continue reading this article ››
Each year we have a street party in our small Cul-de-sac for neighbours, friends and family. The party is a great way to get to know neighbours, and everyone from the newly born to the ‘elders’ of the street. So the first thing to do is … talk with your neighbours … if you don’t … Continue reading this article ››
For the past 4 years our boys have undertaken the Library’s Summer Reading Challenge. This year our youngest, just turned 4, is finally old enough to join in the fun! Our boys love the reading challenge and quite frankly it’s genius: what’s not to love? The kids have to read 6 books over the summer … Continue reading this article ››
In March I have some time – assuming the weather is good – to do a walk about Horndean (and take some photos) much like my time in Waterlooville. If there is enough interest … and any comments … I’ll do it. Now it’s down to you. What can I photograph in Horndean?
What better way to mark the return to school than having a Back to School Breakfast BBQ? Seem’s to have gone down well!
An amazing drive through of Portsmouth from 1983 recorded by Vivian Gregson. What circumstances kept this video cassette safe until the age of the internet may remain unanswered. Enjoy the Tricorn Center, the current site of Gun Wharf Quays, and more Gasometers than you can shake a stick at. Love the old cars, and how … Continue reading this article ››
I love this short film – shown in 1981 in Cinema’s to promote Portsmouth. This film part of a collection created by Harold Baim: Telly Savalas looks at Portsmouth — though he never visited. I don’t recall watching this in the cinema – though I was quite young at the time. And quite why they’d … Continue reading this article ››