Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Reasons to be cheerful, part two...

Following up very briefly from my last post, last Friday's 'Christmas' drink with my pals went off without a hitch and much fun (and beer) was had by all.

And by way of a very welcome bonus, whilst wending our alcohol assisted way around Clitheroe town centre, I was delighted to see the Cross of St George flying from the castle flagpole, fully illuminated for all to see.

What's more, the flag of the English Nation (for such is what the CoSG is and what we English are) was still flying there at full mast on Sunday afternoon.

Proper order.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link to Clitheroe Castle. In all the years I lived in North Manchester, I never visited the castle.


This Royal Throne of Kings said...

Clitheroe is a superb little market town, with a number of excellent retail outlets, including a specialist sausage butcher and a nationally renowned wine retailer.

The town itself and the wider Ribble Valley is one of the hidden jewels of England and bot are well worth a visit.