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Poem - Rent for Death

Even when you’re dead and blue
They’ll come to collect their debts from you

Judge you for a cheap coffin, or an expensive one
But judgement is gentle if you pay a handsome sum… 85 more words


Most beautiful villages, towns and cities in England

From chocolate box rural hamlets to stunning coastal communities, Britain is home to some of the most charming villages in the world. You never know your own backyard until you leave. 778 more words

Benoit Mercier

Place to Be: Kura Tawhiti Conservation Area

We stumbled across Kura Tawhiti (Castle Hill) Conservation Area during our drive on the Great Alpine Highway to Arthur’s Pass as we needed to stretch our legs and we saw cars turning into a car park so we decided to also have a nosy. 122 more words


The Beastie's Tale

“Yes, we’re still on holiday! See if you can guess where we are today…”

Paddy and Plunkett started their tour by getting lost in this Beastie-sized lavender labyrinth.

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Big Decisions and New Starts

Today, I made one of the biggest decisions I have ever made and potentially one of the most important ones I will ever make. I decided on my future university plans. 755 more words

Archbishop of Canterbury asks Government about efforts to restore peace in South Sudan

On 13th July 2016 Baroness Kinnock of Holyhead asked Her Majesty’s Government “what assessment they have made of the resurgence of violence in South Sudan.” The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd & Rt Hon Justin Welby, asked a follow up question: 197 more words