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English Riviera Back in the day, one of the best summer-time things to do was to roll down Headland Park Road on our mountain bikes and go crabbing in the rock pools of the English Riviera. We’d raid the ‘fishing box’ (an old Wall’s ice cream container) and arrive at the big pools with aContinue reading “Live Like a Limpet”
Day 21 – Nick At the end of October 2015 I was praying about how to finish this year’s reading of the Bible and the thought of studying the gospel of John landed in my mind pretty forcefully. What has followed is a 21-day series called Look at the Lamb.
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Yesterday the National Trust announced that it was launching an appeal to try and acquire Bantham beach and part of the Avon estuary in south Devon. The National Trust has committed £4m of its own funds but needs to raise an additional £2.6m. You can read the Trust press…
A beautiful shot taken by my Dad, Anthony Warwick Franks
Last week-end I went out kayaking in the glorious October summer sun with a friend. It’s called the English Riviera down here for a reason – when the weather is like this it’s like being on the Continent: warmer temps, sparkling ocean, thousands of tourists, flip-flops galore and occasionally decent surf. I was thinking I’dContinue reading “Paignton Paparazzi”