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Centenary of St Alphege's Church, Pietermaritzburg

Today is the centenary of St Alphege’s Anglican Church in Scottsville, Pietermaritzburg. On 19 April, 1914, a little wood and iron church was dedicated to St Alphege, a former Archbishop of Canterbury. 729 more words

Christianity

Ben Uri's Centenary Year 2015: What has Ben Uri Achieved?

In 2015 Ben Uri will reach its centenary year. From humble beginnings as an East End Yiddish art society, Ben Uri has grown into an art museum and educational organisation with a gallery space in St. 793 more words

Art

Last Post: Remembering the First World War

The First World War was a major turning point in the history of the Post Office. To mark the year of the centenary, our First World War exhibition, … 440 more words

Post Office

£25,000 donation made to Garden of Honour

As fundraising for The Garden of Honour gets underway, Royal British Legion Industries are pleased to announce that Neil Walton of Centor Insurance has kick started their fundraising appeal with a generous donation of £25,000. 126 more words

Centenary

A world war before the First World War?

Thanks to some generous friends, I’m finally having to face up to my fear of the 2nd Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) and get to grips with aspect of it. 293 more words

WW1

NIGERIA!

I just had to share this video. It is such a blessing to be from Africa! I am proudly NIGERIAN! “Born in Diversity, Blessed Beyond compare!” … 7 more words

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I KNOW MY COUNTRY

I KNOW MY COUNTRY.

Entry for the 100-word TGIC Centenary essay contest.

Imagine a tall Iroko tree, cut away from its roots. It, inevitably, shall collapse, wither and die. 99 more words

Nigeria