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Our visit to The Crown at South Moreton has been a long time in the offing.
It’s a long 18 months since I last wrote one of these posts. The world has changed but events are back!
I would love to cycle more for leisure but am put off by the volume of traffic on local roads.
I love driving from Didcot to Wallingford and looking out for the Island Farm donkeys in their paddocks. If you’ve never popped in for a visit why not make the short detour next time you go past?
We ate lunch at The Packhorse Inn during last year’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme and I’ve wanted to return for dinner ever since. Now that I’ve finally managed it, what did I think?
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This circular route from Didcot begins with a walk along the railway bank to Upton before crossing fields to reach Blewbury and East Hagbourne.
I had another post planned for this week but when I saw the flowering wild flower verge near Didcot Civic Hall I decided to revise my schedule.
The East Hagbourne scarecrow trail is back after a year’s absence. Running until 11 July, the trail is a great way to spend an hour or two, particularly if you combine it with cake and tea from the church.
Last weekend we visited The Bear Inn in North Moreton for a birthday celebration. The owners had changed since our last visit but we still enjoyed a hearty meal.