Grandpa Dale was a quiet, stern looking man who always wore a shirt, tie and waistcoat on the farm, even on the sunniest days. He was hard but never unkind and I adored him. 611 more words
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I thought long and hard on which event to start the story of William West with. After some deliberation it boiled down to one of two good tales; the bottle of gin, teacher, and roaring open fire, or the Candle story. 540 more words
In the evening Carmelite Street in London is a quiet place, its narrow streets bereft of life. But wait. A lone figure staggers out of the nearby Blackfriars tube station and heads back to the… 1,219 more words
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Food banks, domestic abuse and poverty in David Cameron’s favourite holiday destination. 11 more words
Another new entry at number 7 in Cornwall’s top ten growth spots for the period to 2030. Realising the Camborne-Redruth area, thankfully renamed by the social engineers as the much less old-fashioned CPIR or CPR, was woefully underperforming, Cornwall Council wants to see a minimum of 6,200 more houses built in the area by 2030. 328 more words
A heartbroken Cornishman from Pool has dumped his fiancée, just three weeks before their marriage, after finding out that she has been lying to him about her pasty making skills. 183 more words