On a freezing cold morning on Rochester Bridge, as one looks across to Frindsbury breathing air that’s crunchy with frost and squinting from the weak sun which illuminates the river’s surface leaving nothing left for the sky to hang on to, deltoids might wonder (as they try in vain to spot an horizon) whether the river or the sky held their dreams. Night time’s perspective will reveal.
The Pier Hotel – originally known as the Jolly Sailor – has been situated on the banks of the Medway since the mid […]
Scouting for photos on my final day in Upnor and my eye was caught by a miniature rowboat being used as a plant holder.
The lifeblood of a river faring village is its chandlery. For Elizabeth Copper, it was her life for over 50 years. I spent a fascinating morning […]
Founded in the sixties, the Upnor Sailing Club now boasts some of the best facilities on the river – at some of the lowest prices.
Unlike the ghosts of the castle, the white witch quite definitely exists – and her name is Barbara!