The week of terror is over – we got through Ofsted brilliantly. The verdict? Good with Outstanding features – YAY!
On top of that my hospital appointment was clear – so more blood tests etc. are on the horizon however the big fear is over.
So now I will share some images from the archive – Kensal Green Cemetery – 2006 – normal service will hopefully resume later in the week:
I didn’t know this until today but apparently Kensal Green Cemetery stood in for Berlin in the opening sequence of a Midsomer Murders episode – Secrets & Spies. Does anyone have this sequence so I can see it?
Peter Ackroyd has a passion for London that has now gone underground. His new book, London Under, explores the hidden city that runs beneath our metropolis.
I can’t wait to read this book – London (not just its cemeteries) is a constant source of intrigue and fascination for me. Not only does this deal with ‘hidden’ London but it also discusses the hydraulic device that lowered bodies into the famous catacombs of Kensal Green Cemetery. These catacombs are definitely worth a visit – check tour details here for times.