Monthly Archives: May 2015

Guest Gallery – Michelle King

Many of our cottage guests are keen photographers, not just happy snappers, so we have decided to open a new gallery to showcase their work. If you have previously stayed at Hobbs Point Cottage and have some shots that you would like us to exhibit online, just go to the contact site and let me have your phone or email details and I will get in touch with you.The photographs below are the work of Michelle King who stayed here in January, and has had to patiently wait for me to […]

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Wagonga Cemetery

I have always been fascinated by churches and cemeteries. I was born in Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, and after a stint at boarding school and the Army, returned there in 1965 with my wife Heide and our first daughter Karen. In a way it was like living in a history book. We lived in a small flat 50 metres from St Mary’s Church, built by the Normans in 1140, although there were certainly one or more Anglo-Saxon churches on this site before that. A further 50 metres away, in the shadow […]

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Welcome to the new Responsive Hobbs Point Cottage website

This is not the first blog post from Hobbs Point Cottage, but it is the first post from the new version of I think that this is probably the 4th major overhaul, but when you build and manage your own site, the fact is that you never stop tinkering and improving it. This time I really had no choice. Mr Google sent me an email saying that if I didn’t make the site “Responsive” it would go into free fall on the rankings – never to be seen by almost […]

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