19th February, 2020 Myton 6.
On 12th January, 2012 I took some photos of wild plants that have the potential to flower throughout the 12 months of the year. Although struggling to cope with a hard morning frost the... [more]
17th February, 2020 Myton 5.
The above photo. shows a mature blackthorn bush in flower in late February, it is situated alongside Middlegate an ancient (pre-Roman) routeway that linked the Wash with the Humber. This particular point may be... [more]
16th February, 2020 Myton 4.
Today’s photo. taken at Thorngumbald Marsh, east of Paull, shows a small blackthorn bush with one of the Humber’s four ‘set-aside’ sites beyond. Blackthorn flowers in February before coming into leaf in Spring, an... [more]
13th February, 2020 Myton 3.
In the early Middle Ages Myton was a berewick, that being a unit of land within a manor of greater extent (this being my definition, various medieval words to describe units of land could... [more]
9th February, 2020 Myton 2.
The photo above shows one of the few remaining structures that served the vast freight-line network north of William Wright and St Andrew’s Docks. It was built as an engine shed for the North... [more]
4th February, 2020 Myton.
At a meeting yesterday evening of the Friends of Pearson Park I was told that the some of the newly planted trees were planted in groups of three because some of the now mature... [more]