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Morgan had a lovely day out to Formby, it is beautiful there although a little cold.

She enjoyed walking across the sand and looking at the sea, it was way too cold for a paddle (if you remember last year she hated the sea anyway). 85 more words


Exploring England: Liverpool

Ahhh Liverpool, my always home. Despite having spent the last few years living down South and in France, I will always consider Liverpool to be my first love. 637 more words


Review: A Song for Issy Bradley by Carys Bray *SPOILERS*


The Bradley family are devout Mormons. Their faith is unquestionable as they conduct their lives by the teachings of the church. Ian Bradley is not only the head of the family but is the Bishop in his local area; his wife Claire regularly sees the church put before his family but that is the way of the religion. 307 more words


Red Squirrels

We have been on a bit of a quest this year to see Red Squirrels, caught up with some at the National Trust nature reserve at Formby just outside of Liverpool.



Thanks Mister Roosevelt - George Formby

You’re in for a really interesting wartime jingle today, folks, as we cover George Formby’s “Thanks Mister Roosevelt”, from 1941.

Now let me clear up the date controversy first – the video above claims 1940, which is a blind statement, since America didn’t join the war until December of 1941. 307 more words


July's Ocelot music reviews

A bit late on posting this up, but better late than never. These are the local music reviews from the July issue of The Ocelot Magazine. 665 more words

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