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Stage Door 2015 The Green Room Riesling - Eden Valley

HERE'S a great partner for crabcakes and other seafoods.FLEDGLING LABEL A STERLING PERFORMERDavid EllisTHE unusually named Stage Door Wine Co in South Australia's Eden Valley was given the moniker by owner Graeme Thredgold who founded the exceptional...
by Vintnews on Mar 7, 2016

Ravenstonedale – Twixt Eden and Lune

I’m still trying to get a decent photograph of the Howgills from the top of Ash Fell. Somehow the weather or the time of day (sun angle) always seems to defeat me. Anyway, here’s my latest and despite its inadequacies I’m using it h...
by Around-England on Apr 23, 2015

Hellgill Force near the source of the Eden

I did another of my photo-drive-walks today, returning to Mallerstang for the second week in succession. Last week I walked from near Nateby to Pendragon Castle (and back) so this week after a few shots of Pendragon Castle (over the wall; it’s...
by Around-England on May 14, 2013

Beautiful Mallerstang, and Disgusting Litter Louts

Yesterday was a beautiful early Spring day in Mallerstang. Yes, I know that in many parts of the country Spring is already well and truly sprung but up here in the North, in a valley whose lowest points are around 1000 feet above sea level, Spring is...
by Around-England on May 8, 2013

Appleby in Westmorland – An April Afternoon

After spending Saturday morning listening to lectures on bridges at a Cumbria Industrial History Society conference I suppose it is appropriate to show a photo from Saturday afternoon of the Appleby “New” Bridge over the River Eden –...
by Around-England on Apr 22, 2013

By the Lyvennet Beck at Maulds Meaburn

Lyvennet Beck flows down from Crosby Ravensworth Fell where it rises close to one of the country’s many “graves of Robin Hood”. After passing Maulds Meaburn and Kings Meaburn it takes the name River Lyvennet before joining the Eden.
by Around-England on Nov 3, 2012

Northern England – Land of Rivers and Castles

The North of England is rich in scenic landscape, ranging from historic coastlines with fishing vilages and castles to mountains, moors and lakes. Last week I was speaking at an event in Babes Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, the second city of Roma...
by Around-England on Oct 30, 2012

Northern England – Land of Rivers and Castles

The North of England is rich in scenic landscape, ranging from historic coastlines with fishing vilages and castles to mountains, moors and lakes. Last week I was speaking at an event in Babes Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, the second city of Roma...
by Around-England on Oct 30, 2012


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