Bird watching is a favourite pastime on the north Norfolk coast.
On the edge of the North York moors, at the top of the Falling Foss waterfall, sits Midge Hall.
There are many ways to see a city, from above, below and within.
Nearing the end of three months in the UK, I’m facing the mammoth, and yes, enviable, choice of where to go next.
A lad of about 12 whooped as he crossed the finish line of Walk the Wight on Sunday. He’d just walked 43 kilometres with his Mum and Dad.
Travelling north to south by train, from Aberdeen to Southampton, highlights the extraordinary diversity of the British Isles landscape.
My beloved paternal grandmother, Chrissie, came to New Zealand from Scotland in 1912, to join her bush-breaking brothers up the Whanganui river.
Five weeks ago, Goring-on-Thames was cold and grey on the last edges of winter.