The Lovibond’s door out on to Falaise Square is a veritable fountain of information. I also very much like Henley Amber Ale (I have not been paid to put this on my blog but would not say not to some free bottles of that beer!)
In the off licence in Falaise Square they have stock of Mr Hobbs Henley Gin. I was amazed to see in the Henley Standard “Mr Hobbs features angelica, orris root and juniper as well as lime leaf oil, lemon peel and marshmallow root, which is picked from Marsh Meadows, near the company’s base in Station Road. The spirit is made at the Foxdenton Estate in Buckinghamshire, close to the family’s ancestral home in Hambleden.
I wonder if Mr Hobbs has broken the countryside code by sourcing marshmallow root from Marsh Meadows? I understand that there is a hefty fine if you remove flora and fauna without permission.
On Greys Road there is still a sign which advertises the free bus service. Is it not time that it was removed? I think the Town Council who normally complain about others not taking signs down may have slipped up!
Some shots, on bin day, of Greys Road, lovely country aspect and sunshine!
Below are some photos I took whilst I had a short walk in Gillots Fields – a lady told me that they lead eventually to Harpsden. I did not have much time as our quilt was being washed in the top shops laundrette
Finally – in the sky, many feet about Swiss Farm came a man paragliding – any idea who it is? Thanks for popping over, had a chance to test out my camera zoom. Impressive shot considering the paraglider was quite high up. I have seen this abroad but so far not in Henley on Thames!
So there we have it – midweek – love Henley on Thames, love the sunshine!