Guy Smith
We are all rightly proud of our roots, but it is also true that some have to be more imaginative than others when it comes to extolling the virtues of their stamping ground. I have the pleasure of farming the environs of Clacton-on-sea in north-east Essex. It’s easy to be rude about Clacton with jokes about the “Happy 30th Birthday Grandma” signs that get put up on the main roundabout as you enter the town or the “Harwich for the […]
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