Ahnt for me as well. (South of England).
Grass is grarse, path is parth, and I say inSHUR'nce.
Also garridge (garage) and enn-velope.
There are many regional dialects over here....one worth noting is the letter g being isolated/emphasised in the north.
Draw a line across the middle of England, just south of Birmingham (burr ming-um), and the majority of people above this line emphasise the letter g in some words, eg.... singer becomes sing-guh, ringer ring-guh, bringing bring-ging-g.
Slightly further north, the oh sound becomes er.
Toast is terst, post perst.
And.... if Dionne Warwick had been born and raised here, she'd have been called Dionne Worrick.