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Bill Nicholls
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St John the Baptist is the third of the Ichen Vally Churches I visited on my walk though there has been rectors since 1280 this church looks like it was rebuilt in Victorian times Th Lych gate leads you into the churchyard...
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St John the Baptist is the third of the Ichen Vally Churches I visited on my walk though there has been rectors since 1280 this church looks like it was rebuilt in Victorian times Th Lych gate leads you into the churchyard...
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P is for Peppard
Yes there is a place called that not far from Reading though I have to admit it is easy to miss while driving through The correct name for the place is Rotherfield Peppard but people just call it Peppard The photo here shows Peppard Common with a smattering...
Yes there is a place called that not far from Reading though I have to admit it is easy to miss while driving through The correct name for the place is Rotherfield Peppard but people just call it Peppard The photo here sho...
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O is for Osney
Here is a place I doubt many will have heard of let alone know its whereabouts. It's known also as Osney Island and is along the River Thames just outside Oxford. It has an active community and the place dates back to around 1129  when an Abbey was built th...
Here is a place I doubt many will have heard of let alone know its whereabouts. It's known also as Osney Island and is along the River Thames just outside Oxford. It has an active community and the place dates back to around ...
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N is for Newbury
Newbury is a  West Berkshire town with a lot of history attached to it and one of my favorite local palces to go. The building you see below is called the clock house and sits on the junction of the Old Bath road & Northbrook Street Below you see the River ...
Newbury is a  West Berkshire town with a lot of history attached to it and one of my favorite local palces to go. The building you see below is called the clock house and sits on the junction of the Old Bath road & Northbrook...
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M is for Marlborough
Marlborough is a town in Wiltshire and sits on the old Bath Road from London to Bath (A4) the river Kennet also runs through it which made it accessible to trade with London and Bath using the canal. It also has the second largest high street in the UK whic...
Marlborough is a town in Wiltshire and sits on the old Bath Road from London to Bath (A4) the river Kennet also runs through it which made it accessible to trade with London and Bath using the canal. It also has the second la...
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St John the Baptist is the third of the Ichen Vally Churches I visited on my walk though there has been rectors since 1280 this church looks like it was rebuilt in Victorian times Th Lych gate leads you into the churchyard...
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Yes there is a place called that not far from Reading though I have to admit it is easy to miss while driving through The correct name for the place is Rotherfield Peppard but people just call it Peppard The photo here sho...
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Here is a place I doubt many will have heard of let alone know its whereabouts. It's known also as Osney Island and is along the River Thames just outside Oxford. It has an active community and the place dates back to around ...
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Newbury is a  West Berkshire town with a lot of history attached to it and one of my favorite local palces to go. The building you see below is called the clock house and sits on the junction of the Old Bath road & Northbrook...
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Marlborough is a town in Wiltshire and sits on the old Bath Road from London to Bath (A4) the river Kennet also runs through it which made it accessible to trade with London and Bath using the canal. It also has the second la...
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Lodge Park is a National Trust property in Gloucestershire it used to be part of the Sherbourne Estate and was used as a grandstand on a Deer Course  People would stand on the top and watch the courseing while being e...
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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.
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Most people at work know me as Murphy.
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An Old geek
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I've been called an Historian and Photographer though I claim to neither I'm an old fellow who likes to take photos and reads some history on 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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P is for Peppard
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Yes there is a place called that not far from Reading though I have to admit it is easy to miss while driving through The correct name for t

O is for Osney
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Here is a place I doubt many will have heard of let alone know its whereabouts. It's known also as Osney Island and is along the River Thame

N is for Newbury
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Newbury is a West Berkshire town with a lot of history attached to it and one of my favorite local palces to go. The building you see below

M is for Marlborough
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Marlborough is a town in Wiltshire and sits on the old Bath Road from London to Bath (A4) the river Kennet also runs through it which made i

L is for Lodge Park
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Lodge Park is a National Trust property in Gloucestershire it used to be part of the Sherbourne Estate and was used as a grandstand on a Dee

K is for Kelmscott
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Kelmscott a small village along the River Thames in Oxfordshire that was te home of William Morris, he is buried in St Georges churchyard Ta

St Swithun Martyr Worthy
graveplace.blogspot.com

The next church along my walks was St Swithun in Martyr Worthy. The village sounds like one you would read about in an Agatha Christie book

I is for Ipsden
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Ipsden is a small village in South Oxfordshire not far away from Wallingford The road into Ipsden, over to the left you can see the village

H is For Hughenden
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Hughenden Manor was the home of Benjamin Disraeli who was prime minister under Queen Victoria. It is now owned by the National Trust and wor

G is for Glastonbury
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

This is one of my favorite places to visit and one place I love is going is the old Abbey ruins there. Well worth the visit if you get the t

F is for Fforest Fields
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Fforest Fields is a camping and caravan site down in Wales where I go quite a lot mainly for the peace & quiet it offers. It is at the foot

E is for Elsfield
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Elsfield is a small civil parish just outside Oxford which comprises of a few houses and a church called St Thomas of Canterbury which is wo

St Mary Easton
graveplace.blogspot.com

St Mary was the first of four churches I had planned to visit on a walk I was doing near Winchester. turned out most of them were along the

B is for Basildon Park
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

The house takes it name from the local village which is first documented in 1311, the house was built between 1776 & 1783 for a Sir Frances

A is for Aston Rowant
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Aston Rowant is a small village in Oxfordshire near the M4 and along the road to Chinnor. The village s mentioned in the Domesday Book and t

St Andrews East Hagbourne
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A wooden church probably existed here before the Norman Conquest, the stone church was probably built in the 12th century with the rest of t

Sunday Skywatch
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Back to my favorite place for a break Fforest Fields and on Sunday Evening I took a few photos for Skywatch. How about that for a Blue Sky L

All Saints North Moreton
graveplace.blogspot.com

North Moreton sits next door to it's neighbour South Moreton only split by a few fields and a railway line, no doubt the parishes are of a s

The Blades Edge
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Looking skyward up the edge of the Blade in Reading

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