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Who Am I? Part Two

It’s worth mentioning that I’ve called this series of posts “Who Am I ” for a reason, which will become clearer in due course…

My time in the army was very up and down. 1,203 more words

From The Heart

Saturday - Cue Card, Yanworth & The Grand National Favourite

Cue Card and Yanworth split the opinion of racing folk on Saturday. Cue Card sent out a timely reminder that even at the ripe age of 11 he will be in the Gold Cup with a live chance. 691 more words

Grand National Trial Day

The Grand National weights were out this week and one that immediately caught my eye was SAUSALITO SUNRISE. He is a decent horse and has a good weight off his current mark. 598 more words


In all respects excellent

Schoolchildren in Ascot put on a concert to raise money for gifts to send servicemen.


A miscellaneous programme of songs, drills and tableaux was given by the girls and infants of our Schools at the Parish Room on Friday, February 16th, under the direction of Miss Clark and Miss Durrant. 52 more words

Life On The Home Front

Taro's Ramen (Ascot)

I was wondering what my first review would be on and I decided it would most definitely be one of my favourite haunts across town, Taro’s Ramen. 446 more words


An address on the war and war loans

Girls at school in Ascot received a lecture aimed at encouraging them to collect money for the government war loans.

8th February 1917

Mrs Elliot came to the school on Thursday afternoon to give the girls a short address on the war and the war loan. 9 more words

Life On The Home Front

Saturdays Musings

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of the worlds major cities yesterday after Ascot and Taunton were abandoned, leaving racing at Haydock and Navan only. 575 more words