Kings Heath’s Hare and Hounds was the venue last night for the first appearance in Birmingham of Police Dog Hogan
The question was; what to do on a dank Sunday in February for a day out without spending loads of dosh? And here’s the answer: A trip to RAF Museum Cosford.
Andy Goff and some of his relatives joined a large crowd to watch the official opening of a WWI arboretum.
To commemorate the start of the First World War Andy Goff went to France and Belgium
Andy Goff was out with his camera and brings a selection of pictures that show the mish mash of development in Birmingham.
Andy Goff spent a balmy evening sampling the delights of Indian cuisine and hospitality while learning about Air India’s plans at BHX.
Andy Goff doesn’t like air pollution and he doesn’t like Chinese lanterns.
Andy Goff has finally received his copy of Birmingham: Then and Now. He likes it a lot.
It’s March, so that means a visit to The Best of Britain and Ireland show (BOBI) at the NEC. Andy Goff went along for a look.
Andy Goff made a rare trip out into the big world and rather enjoyed the experience.
The Arctic Star medal and why Andy Goff will be applying for one even though the recipient isn’t bothered.
Andy Goff has an admission to make.
If you are wondering what to do with children over the school holidays – as the heavens open and the downpour continues – then make your way to West Bromwich and visit The Public.
An occasional comment on things he’s too lazy to write about…..
Andy Goff remembers the lies behind the invasion of Iraq and ponders on the “mission accomplished”
Andy Goff enjoys a trip down memory track.
Britain’s Barry Manilow and Take That front man started Tweeting yesterday at 21:14 with a tweet that said “Hello everybody. This is my first tweet!”
The Government, well Transport Minister Philip Hammond, has a cunning plan to get the country moving again by increasing the speed limit on motorways
I’ve never even seen a Kindle or other e-book reader let alone sniffed one. I suspect that they all smell the same.
Birmingham today hosted a travel show promoting tourism spots around the UK and Ireland – but without a stand showcasing the city itself.
Visa requirements are holding back UK exports
Here’s a few predictions for what the coming year holds for us all….
Winter comes but once a year, yet here in Britain its arrival always seems to surprise us.
Alain De Botton spent a week in Heathrow and Chris Mullin MP spent a bit longer in Parliament. Andy Goff thoroughly recommends their diaries.
Speaking on the Today programme journalist John Harris described riots as being “…. pretty horrible things but there are occasions when people get so desperate they feel it’s all they’ve got left”