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Hello Christos Thank you for your vist kind comment and LIKE feedback. Regards Bob

In August 1943 my father, Graham Neville, attended the Mission Room at Clows Top and read the lessons. He was planning to become ordained, but during the war, as a conscientious objector, he chose to work in agriculture and was posted to the International Voluntary Service for Peace farm at Carton Farm, Bayton.

Nice views of the Malverns. Had a good day there about 20 years ago

All the best Peter

Thankyou clent Hills are only about 8 miles from Birmingham city centre and you can see 4 counties from the top.

Lovely candid shot was he panning for gold!

Hi Steve thanks for all your comments, the five sisters & the otter were the highlights of our wet week north of the border. Cheers Tim.

What riverdance on tv again .. looks like they will need wellies not tap shoes


A lovely shot of Tryfan sitting in the sun Tim and most certainly "liked" by me again

best wishes ... steve

A rare oppertunity to spot a wild Otter Tim and what a lovely shot of it .. well done indeed

best wishes ... steve

A lovely shot and amazing sky here Tim and another big "like" from me

best wishes ... steve


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