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Freerunners Craig Cheel, left, Dan Calvert, centre and Mike Kennedy, right pictured at the Apollo Pavilion in Peterlee, County Durham. Freerunning which is also known as Parkour is a training discipline using movement to get from one point to another in a complex environment, without assistive equipment and in the fastest and most efficient way possible

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18th September 2018 The Dahlia Walk, in the gardens of Biddulph Grange, is now coming into bloom for visitors. The gardens were created in the 19th Century by then owner James Bateman, and has been looked after since 1988 by the National Trust Featured All Images Image

18th September 2018 The Dahlia Walk, in the gardens of Biddulph Grange, is now coming into bloom for visitors. The gardens were created in the 19th Century by then owner James Bateman, and has been looked after since 1988 by the National Trust

18th September 2018
The Dahlia Walk, in the gardens of Biddulph Grange, is now coming into bloom for visitors.
The gardens were created in the 19th Century by then owner James Bateman, and has been looked after since 1988 by the National Trust.

The Garden Manager Paul Walton (pictured) said:"There are only two months of the year when we are not working on the Dahlia Walk. It is a high maintenance area and now the flowers are out, it is now all worth it. We have a mass of flowers in individual bays, with over 600 Dahlias planted, and the hedges are all trimmed. The flowers will be here until the first frost, or until the beginning of November."

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Fish, chips and peas
Highfield Chippy, 208 Robin Hood Lane, Hall Green Birmingham B28 0LG. . Verdict: +++++ This shop has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years to the point that it is very much like an old fashioned chippy with a queue to the door. It is concentrating on the dish that made this country famous ? and it is doing them well. The Highfield has even solved the old conundrum of how much you should buy to feed a family. Cod and chips twice with two pots of mushy peas is ?11.50 and not only good value but you get plenty for four people to share, too. A regular portion of chips is ?1.80 on their own, but the delicious chips in my meal-deal portion weighed 550g on my in-car scales and hit 70C on the chipometer even after a fair amount of time had been spent dividing the meals up inside the chipmobile. Cooked fresh to order the fish featured pure white flakes of cod inside a crispy, golden batter. The mushy peas had too much salt in them, but with lots of busy, happy staff behind the counter, Highfield Chippy is at the top of its game ? it takes card payments, too. Words and pictures by Graham Young, Birmingham Mail