Tales from the Riverbank

The electorate didn't trust The Pirates

As pollsters and political pundits join the growing queue of professions not to be trusted, we realise we are definitely waking up to a world of political and economic uncertainty. The details here in the UK of Brexit and how we will negotiate ourselves...

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Currency is just about to make life very difficult

I love this time of year, still relatively warm but autumn and winter are definitely on their way. Trees are clinging to their leaves but greens are giving way to gold and rust. On the forest floor the best of the year’s fungi is pushing through...

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Severn & Wye to look after a bit of history

Major news for us several weeks ago was confirmation that the Environment Agency had chosen Severn and Wye as the preferred bidder for custodianship of Lydney Docks. Of course our plans and ideas for bringing life and interest back to this historic site...

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