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St. Anne’s, Kew

The church of St. Anne on Kew Green was dedicated in 1714, having been built on land donated by Queen Anne, and is celebrating its tercentenary in 2014. 162 more words


Salsa comes to Gainsborough!

Gainsborough has gone dance mad! Led by the indomitable Belinda Darley at The Studio, Gainsborough folk are dancing themselves to fitness in their droves and loving it! 182 more words


Gainsborough Specialist Bathing launches new brochure for care and construction sectors

Gainsborough Specialist Bathing, Europe’s leading choice for the provision and installation of assistive baths, has launched its new Assisted Bathing brochure for care providers and construction professionals operating in the long-term and acute care sectors. 140 more words


Does a footballers sexual orientation really matter?

During the current football season we have seen a vast amount of interest through the media about openly gay footballers. This firstly came through the use of rainbow laces to support gay footballers and then both high and low profile footballers ‘coming out’. 494 more words

Turner and the Sea

Joseph Mallord William Turner, known as J.M.W., is much admired in Britain and across the world, but we rarely see his work exhibited today except as an accessory: perhaps  532 more words

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A moment at twilight

Yesterday I was in Gainsborough, in the north-west corner of Lincolnshire. As I left, driving south out of the town, along the route of the River Trent which forms the border with Nottinghamshire at this point, there was the most amazing sunset sky, made more unreal and dramatic by the towers and smoke of refineries in front of it. 242 more words