June 29th – Popping into Pelsall for a spot of lunch whilst running a few errands (the border security at the principality is clearly suffering budget cuts of late, I entered unchallenged), I spotted this highly unusual bike parked outside the bookies in the High Street. It’s a Christiana cargo bike. These Danish utility bikes are a common feature of continental life, along with their competitor Bakfiets. Such bikes can carry a huge load and are often used to transport kids to school. It’s very unusual to see one in the UK and I’d love to know who owns this fine steed, why they chose it and what they do with it. A fine thing indeed.