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Workshop and Semiar about Upper Lough Erne’s satellite lakes

Following the previous post, this is just to let you know that our trip to Northern Ireland was very successful. It gave us a chance to discuss our research results with many partners, stakeholders and members of the public. 49 more words

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Running Away.

“Get those dishes done, I don’t want to hear a single word until it’s finished. You live like animals.”

A standard hello from my Dad. I don’t know wether he’d got it from the army or wether the reality of having five kids wasn’t what he’d expected, either way he hated mess and clutter and most of our free time as kids was taken up cleaning something or other. 1,924 more words


“Here we go again, back from another holiday” I hear you say? I recently travelled to Belfast in Northern Ireland for a short city break with friends, enjoying the Christmas markets and experiencing what the city has to offer. 152 more words



When I was eight years old my parents decided that after ten years on the dole enough was enough and we were moving from Liverpool to Belfast. 1,804 more words

Advent Appeal 2015: A Present for the Future.

Yesterday saw me brace myself, flanked as I was with lists and ideas. A deep breath, and an annual time-restricted research programme commenced once more. 652 more words

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The Grey Winter Coat...

Grey goes with everything. That’s a fact. So there’s no excuse not to invest in a classic grey winter coat. The high street is bursting with options, from New Look to Reiss so there’s definitely a gorgeous grey number out there for everyone. 64 more words


Thankful on Thanksgiving

It is Thanksgiving Eve and as I type, there are two pecan pies cooking in the oven, bread dough rising on the counter, and green beans cut and ready to be casseroled. 644 more words