Pannage: Why The New Forest Is Suddenly Full of Pigs.

Horse grazing in the New Forest with Pannage pigs behind

If you spend much time in the UK’s New Forest you get used to seeing animals wandering around – ponies, cows, donkeys all commonly appear next to your table in the pub garden, outside ice cream shops or, often, simply standing in the middle of the road surveying which bit of grass to munch next, …

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The Little Chapel Guernsey – and Other Quirky Things To Do There.

The Little Chapel is covered in shells and other decoration on Guernsey

Its post boxes are blue, there’s a war-themed aquarium, the local gin tastes like seaweed and hidden in the middle is the Little Chapel, a church (made of china and seashells) that got knocked down when it was too small to fit a fat bishop – for an island just 65km square there’s a heck …

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