Corfe Castle

Menacingly set upon the Purbeck hills, Corfe Castle casts a powerful silhouette as you drive into the village. Built in the 11th century by Ol' Willy the Conquerer it resisted countless sieges before gradually being broken down and used by villagers on their own houses!

Nearly as steep as the hill is the admission. "£7.50?!" my Uncle exclaimed,
"I'm not paying that, half of it's missing!"

So we spent our half crowns and two bob bits on warm ale in The Fox Inn instead. The pub was built in 1568 and has a wonderful little side entrance to its beer garden.

Do you have a wonderful little side entrance?



Spent last week on the South Coast of England. Popped over to Christchurch for a beach walk but insanely high winds drove me to shelter in the shadows of the trees like Gollum. Lurking in the dark I spotted this intrepid dog walker.
Maribou States new EP- available here for just 1 pound and 29 pennies! Unbelievable! Thanks Liam and Kieran for letting me create the cover.