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Relive our rollicking adventures in Betsy, our Mazda Bongo campervan. We traipse around the oddest - and the oldest - places in Britain, seeking adventure, music and beer, with Beth the guitar. And a bottle opener.

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Latest Blog Posts for Betsy Beth and Beer

  • Berkswell – A Place of Worship since The Dark Ages
    on Feb 16, 2015 in Uncategorized
    At Berkswell in the West Midlands, sits a magnificent 12th Century church dedicated to St John the Baptist. It is a beautiful building, with one of the best preserved crypts in Britain. The crypt was built around 1150 but there are written record...
  • A Stroll Across The Sheepwalks
    on Feb 4, 2015 in Uncategorized
    It seems whenever there’s stones involved, Ruthie and I don’t seem to have much luck. Only recently there was the reticent Blowing Stone at Kingston Lisle, which refused to sing when I blew into it, thereby denying me the Kingship of Engl...
  • A Lakh of Effort
    on Jan 22, 2015 in Uncategorized
    Come, let us celebrate! Betsy Beth and Beer has reached its first major milestone. The hundred thousandth word was posted on 21st January 2015, within the post Stone Tossing Giants of Kinver and Enville. A lakh is the name for 100,000 in the Indian n...
  • Stone Tossing Giants of Kinver and Enville
    on Jan 21, 2015 in Uncategorized
    Many, many years ago, in the village of Kinver on the Worcestershire and Shropshire border, there lived a happily married pair of giants. That sounds pretty incredible doesn’t it? A pair of giants. But back in those days, they were all over th...
  • A Harris Hawk on The Darwin Walk
    on Jan 11, 2015 in Uncategorized
    In 1985, the late John Sanders, vice president of the Lichfield Civic Society – a body set up to protect the city from irresponsible and destructive planning applications – devised a 10 mile walk around the perimeter of Lichfield to comme...
  • The Beech Guardians of Wayland’s Smithy
    on Jan 10, 2015 in Uncategorized
    The Ridgeway. A national trail described as Britain’s oldest road which, from prehistoric times, has been travelled by peasants, herdsmen, Romans, Vikings and traders. It runs from West Kennett in the West Sussex Downs all the way to Ivinghoe Be...
  • Uffington, Dear Uffington
    on Jan 3, 2015 in Uncategorized
    Oh Uffington, poor people, Got a church without a steeple, But, what is more, to its disgrace, Got a clock without a face. St. Mary’s Church, Uffington. Such splendour, and architecture of such magnificence, that it is known as the “Cathe...
  • Hark The Blowing Stone!
    on Dec 30, 2014 in Uncategorized
    We were in a queue. ‘I don’t remember Argos Customer Service being this busy before!’ I cursed, tapping my foot impatiently as if operating an invisible foot pump. ‘Well, it is nearly Christmas,’ Ruth said, looking down...
  • A Subway on Top of the World
    on Dec 1, 2014 in Uncategorized
    Ruthie leant forward, clutching at the wall for balance. ‘Go on then,’ she urged, ‘Just slide yourself underneath.’ I looked down and winced. ‘I can’t… it’s… it’s too wet down there.’...
  • Samhain Sunset, Sheep and Standing Stones
    on Nov 22, 2014 in Uncategorized
    Enjoy! Turn your volume up and stick it on FullScreen!   The post Samhain Sunset, Sheep and Standing Stones appeared first on Betsy Beth and Beer.
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