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Skrill Premier Preview: 26/04/14

After nine months of thrills and spills, twists and turns, excitement and drama, we have reached the final day of this exhilarating Skrill Premier season. 674 more words

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Visiting Imber

I rounded off these wonderful holidays yesterday with a local trip to a lost village called Imber, a place I had been keen to visit since I heard about it. 124 more words


News Flash: Salisbury Wood Convention Center Cancelled Over Budget Concerns

“Stone Henge” Silly Name Anyway, Critics Say

The project to build a convention center in Salisbury Wood was cancelled this week in a stormy meeting of the Future Wiltshire Economic Development Corporation (FWEDC). 790 more words

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Ursula Milner-White

On Monday 21 April 2014, Easter Monday, there was a Service of Thanksgiving at Salisbury Cathedral for the life of Ursula Milner-White who died on 12 February.  502 more words

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'In the castle called Seresberi'. Old Sarum and a New Survey of the Inner and Outer Baileys

Old Sarum in Wiltshire has always proved an emotive archaeological site. The substantial ramparts of the Iron Age hillfort and the medieval motte dominate the skyline on the A345 running north from Salisbury, and has been portrayed by scholars and artists including Stukeley and John Constable. 1,053 more words

Something for everyone - celebrate your style!

Jennie and I have been friends since we were eleven year olds in navy blue gymslips, white blouses and bottle-green ties.  Like most friends, we fell out, made up, drifted apart…but we always stayed in touch the old-fashioned way, writing to each other from time to time. 334 more words


Nerds in Paris and England

Well…we made it through the week from hell. Again, thank you everyone who offered their encouragement. I don’t know if anyone’s ever needed a long weekend as much as the University of Calgary community’s needed this one. 1,188 more words