Bath isn’t exactly well-blessed with public statues on plinths.
Many – like Queen Victoria – cling to the side of buildings and are far beyond the reach of ordinary mortals to appreciate. 259 more words
OoOoOoOh!! I am sooo excited!!
I feel like in a KittyCats! Winterland Queen!!
There is really a Kitty Claus ’cause my dreams came true!! Yusss! I am part of the KittyCats! 1,080 more words
To fit in with our research into Victorian postboxes Year Two have taken on the rather large task of sorting the Laxton Junior Christmas post this year. 97 more words
How Queen Victoria changed Christmas,
Christmas was not always a time for children. There were games and parties and dances for the adults, but children were meant to be “seen and not heard.” When Queen Victoria came to the throne and started to indulge her children and include them in Christmas celebrations, a change started to occur all over Britain and North America. 26 more words
Food for thought. My hunger for the truth and justice for my beloved homeland Ireland. After decades of biased, one-sided, pernicious propaganda peddled by Peter Hitchens, I would like decent and honourable people to have some insight into the actual facts about Ireland’s troubled history at the hands of a ruthless invader. 258 more words