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St David's Church, Capel Bangor, Wales

St David’s Church, Capel Bangor in Ceredigion, Wales, stands at the gateway of the dramatic valley of the River Rheidol, where the rough upland pastures and the seaward facing farmlands met.   105 more words


A City with a Grasp on Both Ends of History

One of the most compelling things I have found about London is its embracement of its past as it moves into the future.  While other significant and historic cities—such as Jerusalem—may have a semi-orderly division between their older and newer parts, in London, they blend together in a way not unlike a melting pot. 623 more words



Chronology :-

1328, First reference to the village of Dunston.
1344, Fishery mentioned, good for salmon fishing back then.
1344, First reference to coal mining in the area… 1,028 more words



Christ Church…
The first Vicar of Dunston, the Revd. John Jones was appointed in 1872. He worked from the Church Mission room on Dunston Road which, until it burnt down in the early 1980′s stood opposite the Church School opened in 1818 by the Hon. 1,399 more words


Middleton-by-Wirksworth, Derbyshire (1)

The Congregational Church, Middleton-by-Wirksworth, Derbyshire.

Photo taken : 23 August 2014

Google map : http://goo.gl/maps/njKdT


Fundraising & Miracles

Neat things have happened since I last updated you on fundraising specifics… so today’s post will address some of those things.

#1:  half-way there!!!

We are THRILLED to tell you that with only 4 months left, we have topped the 50% commitment level. 639 more words