We had our curry at Brewood, as usual it was superb, King Prawn Naga, spicy but not heavy, loved it.
As we were at Brewood
Whilst at Little Onn we had an afternoon stroll up the lanes around Church Eaton, the hedgerows were full of honeysuckle,
July's Canal Boat has a report of the outcome of the Judicial Review of B.W.'s revised Mooring Guidance for Boaters without a Home Mooring. The National Bargee Travellers Association applied for the review on the grounds that the guidance was contrary to waterways law and in breach of the Human Rights and Equality Acts. Well to cut a long story short Mr Justice Eder kicked it into touch and ruled that B.W.'s guidance is in line with the 1995 Act and said that assertions concerning the Human Rights and Equality Acts were misconceived. B.W. was awarded £15,000 costs. So, depending on your point of view it's either brilliant news for continuous cruisers or it's plainly an establishment attack on the rights of continuous moorers. I know where I stand.
Watch this space..................