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Arthur Sanders and the sinking of the Royal Edward: an eyewitness account

Friday August 13th 1917
About 9.30 am we passed H.M.I. “Royal Edward” and at 9.45 am we received a message by wireless to say that she had been torpedoed, so we put back to her assistance arriving on the scene about 11 am where we remained until 3 pm picking up the survivors. 543 more words

World War One

Welcome to Quavering Music!

Welcome to Quavering Music!

I’m Lyndsay, and have been teaching piano, brass and music theory for more years than I can remember! However, Quavering Music has been established since 2012 while I was studying for my BA in Music.   196 more words

Music

The Lack Of Left-Luggage Facilities

On the 26th of April, Ipswich are playing in Burnley, and I shall be going.

Unfortunately, the match is on Sky and starts at 12:15, which means taking the 08:30 train to Preston out of Euston, where I change for Burnley. 153 more words

Travel

Burnley miss out on Promotion

Burnley faced Middlesbrough at Turf Moor on Saturday 12th April in a game which Burnley could of been promoted back into the Premier League after their regulation in 2010. 228 more words

Sky Bet Championship

If you can't shut up for 60 seconds, don't bother attending a football match

It’s been an extremely interesting weekend of football in England. The FA Cup semi-finals have been given a good shaking up by the presence of some unexpected names, victories for Fulham and Cardiff have given new life to the Premier League relegation battle, and the promotion and play-off dogfights in the Football League have either been resolved, in the case of Wolves, or kept in play, in the case of Burnley. 465 more words

Singing Tree

Crown Point, Burnley, Lancashire

Lost world...

Another week means  another raft of miles under my belt.

Tiring of the same 3 runs during the week I wanted to mix things up a little and using the powers of google earth… 392 more words

Training