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R.I.P. THE BARD - WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

An obituary was recently published in the Stratford upon Avon Herald and Chronicle.

‘In memory of our dear departed, William Shakespeare, who passed away on this fateful day the Twenty third of April in the year of our Lord Sixteen Hundred and Sixteen four hundred years ago. 665 more words

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Friday Poem - All the World's a Stage

I thought I might resurrect my Friday poems and the obvious choice for today is William Shakespeare, in honour of his 452nd birthday tomorrow, but more importantly the 400th anniversary of his death. 245 more words

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Celebrate St George's Day at Tamworth's Castle Grounds on Saturday

Excitement is growing for this year’s spectacular St George’s Day celebrations in Tamworth’s Castle Grounds complete with a medieval joust and an interactive dragon puppet. 215 more words

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TWENTY THIRD OF APRIL

The twenty third of April is a very significant date on the English calendar.

It is the date on which it is believed that William Shakespeare, surely Englands greatest ever playwright, was born and also the date on which he died fifty two years later while supping his last ale at an avonside tavern in his home town of Stratford upon Avon. 262 more words

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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

This is a lesson about the famous English playwright William Shakespeare.

He was born in the Midlands town of Stratford upon Avon on or around 23rd April 1564. 517 more words

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23rd April, 1900

Volume 3,

This morning, finding myself outside of myself,  I saw that sweet Jesus was suffering very much;  and I asked Him to make me a part if His sufferings;  and He said to me; ” You also suffer;  rather, I will put Myself in your place, and you will act as my nurse.” 173 more words

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