Salisbury cathedral at night - not good for much but decoration at the moment
/r/CasualUKI feel like I've taken a wrong turn somewhere...
/r/CasualUKCome on Nan play the game !
/r/CasualUKEarly sunset on the River Trent - Nottingham
/r/CasualUKLife time boop achievement unlocked
/r/CasualUKThe inside of my Peugeot 207 is ruined but I managed to pick up 70 kilos of litter this morning.
/r/CasualUKWish this was mine- sent to me by a friend.
/r/CasualUKNo kettle, no draining board, no bread bin, no clothes horse, no drawer of crap. British my arse.
/r/CasualUKWorking until midnight tonight. Thought I’d treat myself.
/r/CasualUKGrab a bargin, plenty in stock
/r/CasualUKThe Polish wife hedging her bets.
/r/CasualUKLockdown Tasting Menu 2: Corned Beef Wellington
/r/CasualUKEvery Nigella show in a nutshell
/r/CasualUKApparently a reindeer is just an upside-down gingerbread man.
/r/CasualUKSomeone's going to get hurt if you kick it that hard!
/r/CasualUKThat's quite the boast
/r/CasualUKEverybody, please buy this so that Tesco never, ever, ever decide to discontinue it. I promise you won’t regret it (that is, until you’ve smashed through a whole pack in one sitting).
/r/CasualUKGod bless the north
/r/CasualUKThe finest 5 seconds of Antiques Roadshow
/r/CasualUKToday is my real cake day. Ft. Shortbreads and brownies. Woo, old age.
/r/CasualUKEarly morning walk on the beach is something special during winter. South coast, Weymouth
/r/CasualUKAn elderly Appalachian man sings a centuries old English and Scottish ballad preserved by generations of traditional Appalachian singers. The epic tale involves an English Lord being imprisoned in Turkey, a cross-cultural romance, and the dramatic interruption of a wedding.
/r/CasualUKA sparrowhawk catches a goldfinch.
/r/CasualUKDouble Rainbow on the walk to High Force waterfall
/r/CasualUKSunny Sunday, check. Afternoon walk on Chobham common, check. Fella in a unicorn gimp suit, check
/r/CasualUKThis restaurant is bearly following lockdown rules.
/r/CasualUKWooly creatures minding their business in Lake District as the sun goes down