Camara’s Fish and Chips, Andover, Hampshire and a run   4 comments

Camara's Fish and Chips Andover cod

I had three miles scheduled for the day’s run and had done them on the way to the hospital for a final cancer check-up (after a few years of surgeries and intermittent — but harsh — chemical treatments). Good news sent a desire to do more running to my legs and with the day free I headed to Andover for no better reason than it is easy to get to by bus and I haven’t worn trenches into the running paths there…yet.

 

 

2015-11-10 Andover Run

Time was still kind of tight after stopping for a pint at the Town Mills, so the run was kept a bit short and I grabbed a delicious piece of cod in Camara’s just as he was closing for the day (he had to turn the fryer back on to cook it but did so without complaint and even upgraded the order a bit).
Andover parish church arch c1150

 

Directly across from the chip shop just above the pedestrianized shopping street there is an old archway — 865 years old, in fact — which leads into a nice patch of grass next to the parish church. The sign reads, “Original Norman arch c1150 AD forming west doorway to old parish church.  Removed some 250 ft south to its present site in 1845.”
Camara's Fish and Chips Andover

(Note: this post is a continuation of the 2014 Chippy Challenge, with all related entries linked to this map)

 

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Posted November 12, 2015 by Drunken Bunny in Fish and Chips, Food, Running

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4 responses to “Camara’s Fish and Chips, Andover, Hampshire and a run

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  1. Beautiful run, nice photos! Thank you for sharing 🙂

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