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I spent half an hour watching the swallows in the fishermen's shelter at Hatfield Forest this morning. There seems to be just one nest this year, perched on a…

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I took a couple of hours out of my journey to Dorset today to visit Kingston Lacy, home of the Banks family who also owned nearby Corfe Castle until it was…

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