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Lacock at War

Mark and I have a knack for stumbling upon events. Today we went to our most frequented walking spot; Lacock Abbey. When we got there we spotted signs for “Lacock at War” and could not miss just how many cars were in the car park (fortunately they opened the overspill car parks). 275 more words

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The Bath Road: Lacock Abbey

The following post is the third of a series based on information obtained from a fascinating book Susana recently obtained for research purposes. Coaching Days & Coaching Ways… 841 more words

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The magic of Avebury Stone Circle and Lacock Abbey

Sometimes when I take out small groups on guided tours around southern England, I get to go to places that I haven’t been too but have often wanted to go.  1,480 more words

Reverend Calvert Jones


The Reverend Calvert Jones, a noted albeit occasional photographer in his own right ( credited with having taken the first photograph in Wales in 1841), shown here in a calotype taken by his friend William Henry Fox Talbot, who invented the process, the first to use the idea of a negative from which several prints can be made. 21 more words

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