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Bill Nicholls
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From what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced the second church and was completed in 1846 following a major re-build. Parts of the tower da...
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Just come back from shopping and saw this sky which I tough was rude not to get a photo of. The last photos shows rain clouds looming up and later that night it rained. Have a good Bank Holiday Weekend
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I took this last year while going for a walk to find Chilworth Powder gunpowder mills and passed by this typical English cottage. The footpath seem to go through their garden and certainly came out the front gate. Sort of ...
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From what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced the second church and was completed in 1846 following a major re-build. Parts of the tower da...
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From what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced the second church and was completed in 1846 following a major re-build. Parts of the tower da...
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From what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced the second church and was completed in 1846 following a major re-build. Parts of the tower da...
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St. Bartholomews Nettlebed
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what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand
years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced
the second church and was completed in 1846 following a
major re-build. P...
From what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced the second church and was completed in 1846 following a major re-build. Parts of the tower da...
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Work as a Vacuum Technichian but more of a jack of all trades
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I can turn my hand to most things and will have a go at fixing anything.
Employment
  • In a Doughnut
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Married
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Most people at work know me as Murphy.
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An Old geek
Introduction
I've been called an Historian and Photographer though I claim to neither I'm an old fellow who likes to take photos and read some history on the places I visit. Please consider following me if you enjoy the blogs I write.
All the photos I use are my own unless stated otherwise, please do not use them with out asking first
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Survived shool and an apprentiship, worked 30 years in one place then moved to another. Got married to my beautiful wife we had a couple of kids and just enjoyed life.
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Oxfordshire
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An English cottage
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

I took this last year while going for a walk to find Chilworth Powder gunpowder mills and passed by this typical English cottage. The footpa

St. Bartholomews Nettlebed
graveplace.blogspot.com

From what I can find out there has been a church in Nettlebed for a thousand years. The present church, St. Bartholomew's, replaced the seco

Wedensday Sunset
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Just come back from shopping and saw this sky which I tough was rude not to get a photo of. The last photos shows rain clouds looming up and

Dragon on the Wall
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

This is up a side ally along the main road going through Builth Wells, I love how the cat is sat there looking down at the Dragon which is c

Botley Cemetery
graveplace.blogspot.com

I visited this cemetery a number of years ago when I was having my car serviced. On my way home from work I had passed it many times and alw

Sunset Over Fairmile
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

I took these photos one evening on my way home from by the River Thames. It's a view you will not see any more as a few years later the plac

The RSS Discovery
spuduka.blogspot.com

Most of you would have hear of Scott and the Antarctic well this was the ship that took him and Shackleton on the British Antarctic Expediti

Lancaster Flyast
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Reading Felicity at Parsonage Cottage yesterday prompted me into showing these photos of a Lancaster Bomber doing a flypast over a model exh

Lost Graffiti
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

I call it lost Graffiti because it is no more, a few years ago Network rail removed the bridge and built a new one to replace it the graffit

St Agatha Brightwell
graveplace.blogspot.com

St Agatha is one of only four churches dedicated to this saint in the UK. It was built in 1153 by the Bishop of Winchester, Henri de Blois a

Sunset on the Lake
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

One of my early attempts at catching a sunset

The Upper Thames Stopline Part 1
spuduka.blogspot.com

This stars the other side of the Thames from Appleton Common. My first walk was from Duxford with the Rural Explorer, we had hoped to see qu

Abingdon to Appleton Common Part 1
spuduka.blogspot.com

This was part of the Red line I never knew about until I joined a few other guys on a walk round one day, that was the start and after a sec

The Village of Pembridge
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

These photos were taken quite few years ago when I was heading down to a Builth Wells to meet up with my wife. I had wanted to stop off at t

Mural in a Pillbox
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Taken a few years ago now but one of my projects is recording the remaining pillboxes from World War Two that formed the various defence lin

Two Anglese Churches
graveplace.blogspot.com

St Mary Llanfair yn y Cwmwd I came across this church while on Holiday in Anglese many years ago. I went out with my camera to photograph th

Cherry Picker Sky
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Spotted these cherry pickers near the railway station car park the other day and thought they would make a great skywatch subject.

The Old Parish Church and Cemetery Llandrindod Wells...
prunellachurches.blogspot.com

Set on a hill overlooking Llandrindod Wells is The Old Parish Church and Cemetery. With breathtaking views stretching beyond the town to the

Think the place is a little overpriced. Scotch eggs at £3.99 is a bit steep and their muffins were more like stodgy cakes and the worst I have had. The cakes looked nice I will admit and there were quite a few people there having Coffee but I feel they are aiming at an upper class customer rather that someone who just wants a cup of tea and a slice.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I`ve had takaway`s from here for years & it has always been vey good. The service is aways friendly
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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