Monthly Archives: April 2018

A Good Read

At a private clinic in Dorset, Rhoda Gradwyn has booked an operation to remove a serious facial scar – one which she has borne for many years, but ‘no longer has need of.’ The operation is a success, but by morning Rhoda Gradwyn is dead, and suspicion falls on the staff of Cheverell Manor. Commander […]

Missing a dog in your life? Become a Barking Mad holiday host.

More and more people are discovering the joy that the company of a dog can bring, even without owning a dog of their own. Based locally, Barking Mad has been matching friendly dogs with loving host families for their holidays for over 15 years. Our unique service provide the opportunity for people to enjoy the […]

Chipping Steam Fair 26th – 28th May 2018

So we’re well into 2018 and the Chipping Steam Fair Team are busy preparing for this years show, which will be our 20th event. We are pulling out all the stops this May to make CSF2018 extra special, to mark this amazing mile stone and say a huge thank you to our supporters, visitors and […]


Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival 2019

Matilda Cowgill-Smith was crowned as this year’s festival queen at the Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival (GWWF) last Saturday 1st June 2019. The procession started off...

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Are your feet ready for the beach?

Summer is here! It’s time for sandals but are your feet fit to be seen in public? It might be time for some professional assistance… A traditional Chiropody / Podiatry treatment...

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Garden View – This Month – Black-Eyed Susan

You might not know its name, but you are probably familiar with the Rudbeckia. A late summer perennial daisy. It's sometimes called Coneflower or Black-eyed Susan. It flowers from early...

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