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Kit Logan
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For us the main feature was the working undershot watermill which still produces flour available from the gift shop in the mill. They've also installed a screw turbine which is producing electricity for the national grid. The house is interesting to look around, just not our taste. Cream teas available from the old stables next to the house. It's possible to visit via a Thames cruise from Reading, but we came by car. Will probably visit again 'sometime'. but entry for adults (covers both house and mill) is a little expensive. Would be nice to have a ticket which perhaps just covers entry to the mill.
Mapledurham Estate, Mapledurham, Reading RG4 7TR
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Any MPOS that beats the rent a portable reader is worth considering for a small business. Other providers solutions are currently quoted to me as £30/month plus commission off each transaction. Square in the US is also yet to show up in the UK.
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To add to the Pinterest debate.
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Fun photography shoot, but then they always are with this group.
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Post about a recent photography shoot with a gymnastics group.
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Latest blog post. Wedding in Oxfordshire, England
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A tweak here and a tweak there, of my old website ended up an almost total rebuild (not quite). Most obvious is a colour scheme change from black and grey (lightbox style) to graded blues. Added some of the more recent images and some slideshows on the entry pages as opposed to just static images (if you can't see flash you should see at least one static image) and a few other things. Feel free to comment.
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Self employed wedding and portrait photographer and a Learning Technology Fellow at the London Knowledge Lab
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Photographer and learning technologist - just to add to the mix!
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Portrait and wedding photographer part of the week, Learning Technologies Fellow the other half and father to two all the time.
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I don't brag - period.
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Reading, UK
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Ealing, UK - Cheam, UK - Milton Keynes, UK - Hull, UK
On the A10 south-bouth. The north-bound side looks less developed. Visited June 2014 and this appears to be a popular stop with the French, long but fast moving queues for L'Arche. Lots of this rest stop area is newly developed. There's a museum/exhibition describing the area, but its closed at the weekend. So not able to comment The rest area has three potential eateries Paul - French patisserie, Les Ruralies - A table service restaurant L'Arche - Very popular, self service restaurant offering plenty of variety. Plenty of tables inside and out to eat on. There's a small children's playground around the side. Also looks to be an IBIS roadside hotel on the otherside.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Was trying out to find a new local Indian take-away we would be happy to order from. Ordered in restaurant to take away. Service was good, but very disappointed with the food when we got home. The Maharaja Mixed Grill which normally at other restaurants is large enough to feed 2, and at the price being charged one would have expected this, was not enough for one (resulting in a hunt around the house for more food) and very mixed quality. The tandoori chicken being perhaps the best of the bunch. Can't comment on the advertised king prawn, it wasn't included. The Akrabi chicken was mild (as desired), but too much sauce and just uninspiring as were the peshwari and sag nan breads. Very unlikely to return. There's plenty of local competition.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
My favourite local cafe for picking up a lunch time sandwich. Prices are fair with a good range of food and drinks, good portions and tasty. Also a lovely atmosphere and excellent service. If you're looking for 'real' hot chocolate (the melted stuff... not the powder mixed with water) this is also the cafe to come to.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Been a few times now to Krazy Playdays, with my two (one at 4 years and the other only 5 months), and impressed with the set up compared to other similar establishments (Snakes and Ladders at Syon Park and Wacky Warehouse at the Mylet Arms, Perivale). It is a classic clamber, adventure set up in a large indoor space, but it's a 'large' indoor space easily accommodating a 12 metre slide. What I like is the fact that there is more for the toddlers (4/5 years) to do in the way of clambering and be involved in the same area as any babies, but toddlers are not excluded from the bigger clambering area either if they(you) are happy to let them play there. The toddlers area also has a number of sofas and coffee tables for parents. Out side this area are a number of tables and chairs for just sitting or eating, drinking. You are only allowed to eat food bought there, but there is a good choice of food offered and reasonably priced. They also offer platters of finger food where you can choose a selection of fresh fruit, veg, cheese, etc for your children to browse from. Definitely feels there has been some thought put into the overall design. Both of mine love it... of course.
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Public - a year ago
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