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It's Fun to be Fancy

I know, you’re thinking this blog has already gone off the rails. First, he posts too much about cider. Now, he’s posting about boozing it up in a cocktail lounge. 477 more words

Visits

Bowdon: fron Saxon Church to Victorian Suburb

I was recently asked to write a preface for a new landscape study of the south Manchester suburb of Bowdon. Since Bowdon was the place of my childhood and education I naturally said yes. 922 more words

Community Archaeology

National Stationery Week- Part 2

National Stationery Week celebrates the written word and all things stationery – the products which make it all possible, and give pleasure to so many people. 263 more words

Cheshire Blog

National Stationery Week- Part 1

National Stationery Week celebrates the written word and all things stationery – the products which make it all possible, and give pleasure to so many people. 254 more words

Cheshire Blog

Heritage organizations sharing nonprofit grants

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (WTNH)  –  Connecticut Humanities is giving more than $20,000  Steps-CT grant money to fourteen heritage organizations in the state.  Steps-CT is a two-year program with the Connecticut League of history organizations and the Connecticut Historical Society that assists local museums, historical societies, libraries and cultural groups build professionalism to help ensure their programs and collections remain vibrant community resources. 185 more words

News

Half full or half empty restaurant?

You walk into a restaurant at 5.30pm on a Saturday, with an eye for a garlic bread, a Diavola pizza and a double helping of profiteroles, all washed down with a pint of Peroni, a bottle of Chianti and a Jamaican coffee. 495 more words