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[Re-post] Rail Sneham

I blogged this back in 2008. When Chennai Egmore was celebrating its centenary (news link at the end of the post). I’m glad I wrote this. 1,360 more words


The Senior Section Spectacular 2016. What's it all about?

Hopefully, you may have heard the big news: after the Guides in 2010 and the Brownies in 2014, it’s finally The Senior Section’s turn to have their 100th birthday! 347 more words


My Centenary efforts

The centenary commemorations of WW1 seem to have lost a little momentum as we teach our way through 2015. 2015 is  the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania and the Second Battle of Ypres but ‘nothing of importance’ was generally the theme of the year. 150 more words


Beamish WI Centenary and Empire Day

If anyone is looking for somewhere to visit this weekend, I’ve just heard about a WI Centenary Day up at Beamish, this is their information from the website; 428 more words

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CFP A Century On: Modernist Studies in Wales, The Inaugural Modernist Network Cymru Conference

We are delighted to launch the call for papers for our inaugural conference, to be held at the Research Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Swansea University, on Monday 7 September 2015. 428 more words


Evensong in Cork Parish Marks Centenary of Sinking of RMS Lusitania

Saint John’s Church, Monkstown, County Cork (in the Church of Ireland Parish of Carrigaline Union) overlooks Cork Harbour.  It has a spectacular vista of Great Island (where Cobh, known as Queenstown in 1915 and central to the responses to the sinking of RMS Lusitania), and a view also of the comings and goings today to and from the Port of Cork.   239 more words