|Building of the Day - Frankwell near Theatre Severn|
The recent heavy and consistent rains have swollen the river Severn and there is extensive flooding where it flows through the town. The Frankwell car park by the council offices is under water and the river is several meters above normal.
|From the footbridge. The river course is to the left and Theatre Severn to the right|
|From the Welsh Bridge - the river course is to the right|
|From the footbridge - the river course is to the right|
The main roads into town were not affected and the two bridges were busy as normal. Much of the town is high and dry above the river, Christmas shopping was going strong in spite of the lack of parking.
|Sarnies in the High Street has a great line of sandwiches made while you wait as well as a line of very large sausage rolls.|
We decided to eat out at the Three Fishes this evening. It was very busy and Wendy was running around. At the bar three men were trying to decide which beer to have. Wendy said "Why don't you try a Spiky Blond?" which produced gales of laughter. We all shared the taster glass and made ribald comments about the name. This is a beer from the Six Bells Brewery in Bishops Castle. It is a good, well balanced bitter and I had a pint with my Beer and Ale Pie. Mary had fish and chips with a glass of sauvignon blanc.