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Black and White....... Day 1

I have been nominated, by a dear friend, to post seven days of black and white photos of my life, with no humans in the photos and no explanations or information about the photo.  15 more words

Council Housing and Community in Beverley: 'from bad to worse'?

Last week’s post concentrated on the built history of Beverley’s council housing – some 539 council homes provided before the Second World War and a further 1332 by 1964. 2,060 more words


Not a good night for the rook Lonzo Ball

Some months since being the Summer league’s MVP, Lonzo Ball played his first game in a NBA court, against the LA. Clippers and we can see his performance: 3PTS, 9 REBOUNDS & 4 ASSISTS. 34 more words


Studying 'northernness': "the outlook is far from grim." [by Ruth Mather]

I’ve long been fascinated by the idea of “Northernness”, both as a proud Northerner myself and as a researcher working on the social history of the region, so I was delighted to see a whole day conference interrogating the concept in the 2017 Capital of Culture, Hull. 1,281 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge: Glow

Although I’ve had to raid my existing WordPress media library for this week’s challenge (as I currently do not have access to all my images), I think that this sunset over Beverley, in East Yorkshire, not only meets the theme of ‘Glow’ but is worth seeing again.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Glow

Weekly Photo Challenge

Council Housing in Beverley: 'Top notch in them days'

If you visit Beverley, you’ll likely go to see the Gothic minster – the finest parish church in the land – and its beautifully conserved town centre.  2,011 more words


The Nave

Cee’s theme this week is ‘Internal Walkways’. I hope that the aisle of a church counts – in this case, that of St Mary’s in Beverley, Yorkshire. 9 more words

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