Monthly Archives: March 2020

Special Measures

These are hard times. I fully support the stringent rules that have been put in place, and I was particularly pleased to see this:             The more people we can consume, the fewer there will … Continue reading

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Moseley Old Hall

I haven’t visited nearly as many of the places that feature in my book about King Charles II and his escape into exile after the Battle of Worcester as I would have liked, but recently I discovered that one of … Continue reading

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