The Quest for England: Testing an Off Road Pushchair for Explorations

The Quest for England: Testing an Off Road Pushchair for Explorations

One of our lovely patrons, Mr Jeff Kellison, bought the lovely Julia an amazing all-terrain jogger, fixed 3-Wheel pushchair for baby Joseph, so that she could continue to bring the little fellow out on our explorations of England. We thought we would test out the pushchair and put it through its paces, so we ventured […]

The Quest for England: How will the new green log laws affect me?

The Quest for England: How will the new green log laws affect me?

So the law in England has changed. Owners of open fires and wood burning stoves will be limited on the type of fuel they can burn at home from next year. No longer will it permitted that people can burn green wood. I am not sure why you would want to, it doesn’t burn well, […]

The Quest for England: From Cissbury to Chanctonbury

The Quest for England: From Cissbury to Chanctonbury

It is another wet grim day in Sussex, and I am taking a walk between two landmarks on the South Downs. Starting below Cissbury Ring, near Findon, in West Sussex, I stroll along the muddy paths towards Chanctonbury Ring – both Iron Age hill forts. Earlier, in Neolithic times, Cissbury was famed for its wonderful […]

The Quest for England: The Magic of Footpaths

The Quest for England: The Magic of Footpaths

One of the many things that people from other countries envy about the UK, and in particular for my channel, England, are the wonderful network of footpaths we have criss-crossing the nation. These ancient tracks have evolved over time from various needs of the traveller and by old fashion law thy have become sacrosanct. To […]