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A literature student at the University of Birmingham who is happiest in her walking boots with a pen in hand.

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My WeekendNotes - 12
There are a myriad of excellent pubs in Harborne, many of which have been highly praised on this site. However, located ... [more]
With winding steams, rolling hills and gorgeous valleys, the Shropshire Hills deserve their reputation as an area of nat... [more]
'It all begins with one word. Last night it was camera.' On Wednesday 15th November, the Victoria pub paid host to it... [more]
Tucked away in the heart of Bournville is Selly Manor. Originally built on Bournbrook Road on the outskirts of Selly Oak... [more]
The West Midlands is not known for its hiking opportunities, that title tends to be reserve for the idyllic Lake Distric... [more]
Now in its 23rd year, the Heritage Open Day returns to celebrate the brilliant heritage buildings that the United Kingdo... [more]
07/09/2017 - 10/09/2017
Located a few miles away from Moseley is the mystical world of Moseley Bog, a world belonging to Hobbits, Huorns and Ent... [more]
With all this good weather (however short lived) there's nothing I love more than getting outside and reading my book. I... [more]
Over the past two nights (12th and 13th May), Birmingham's MAC hosted an evocative new piece of theatre written by Vanes... [more]
12/05/2017 - 13/05/2017
Treat your mother this Mother's Day to an experience that's just as unique and wonderful as she is! Here is a short guid... [more]
Starting from Barnt Green station (which is only a thirty-minute train journey from New Street) is the beginning of the ... [more]
Only twenty minutes on the train from Birmingham New Street is the village of Bournville. Known for the Bournville choco... [more]