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May 31, 2019 - Cast Off For'ard!

Next morning, as promised, we went to the Stourport Bakery, 41 High Street, Stourport for breakfast and were greeted by the owner and staff like old friends. Bonus: this Bakery is just about opposite Gough’s Meats on the main street and Gough’s was a ‘destination’ for us because the article we had read in Westjet Magazine that turned us on to this trip had a photo of the butcher and an enthusiastic write-up about their pork pies (that is, Melton Mowbray pies to most Canadians). After breakfast we popped into Gough’s and had a real friendly...

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May 30, 2019 - Stourport-on-Severn and The Kentish Star

Next morning the owner of our B & B at Crawley (Gatwick) took us to the South Terminal where the railway station is. Our train journey from Gatwick to the boat basin at Stourport-on-Severn ran like it was on greased rails (!). We took a Great Western to Reading where we changed to another train on which we had reserved seats. This one took us to Worcester Shrub Hill and we got off that train at Kidderminster. With only short but comfortable amounts of time between each change, our journey took us about 4 hours in total. The train trip from...

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Feb 4, 2015 - Clent Hills and Stourport-on-Severn

After a few days of bad weather the weather improved with some lovely sunshine so we decided to find the Clent Hills nearby for a good stretch of our legs. There was still snow on the hills but there was a good solid path so we enjoyed our walk along with quite few other people. We had great views over the surrounding area. From there we went to Stourport-on Severn and enjoyed a walk by the river and the canal basin before heading back to base.

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