Out for tea

Out for tea

It's a slightly miserable Friday afternoon but has been made wonderful firstly, by my boss, who said I could leave work early, secondly, by a friend who works at the Fnac, but doubles up as a pro photographer, and lastly, by those lovely people at the Sugar Blue Cafe . Those of you who know [...]

Mass in the Cathedral

If you've read the Lourdes article then you'll know that I am a practicing Catholic, and after a break away from the Church I'm trying to get back to Mother Church. It was Sunday, and well, I hadn't been in the morning as I could see the clock turning. I remembered a friend telling me [...]

À la recherche du temps perdu…

At the moment I seem to be suffering from nostalgia. A longing for things past that I wish were present. Not in the sense of the good old days in the way certain of my countrymen seem to feel Brexit will bring. It is of course impossible to bring back the past. And in some [...]

Commonwealth War Cemetery, Ranville

Commonwealth War Cemetery, Ranville

In my last article I talked about Normandy and the battle to take Pegasus Bridge, and in this article I want to talk about the soldiers that didn't come back. Ranville is a town, not too far from Pegasus Bridge and the men that fell in that engagement are buried in the Parish Churchyard. Just [...]