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Love Nudge Competition. Saturday: Ennui

Day Six of the Love Nudge Competition and what a sorry sight our lovers are. If, indeed, they are lovers anymore.

He picks his toenails in front of the news. 86 more words

Radio Day - 13th Feb, 2016 | Days Of The Year

Before the internet, many people relied on the humble radio to deliver their daily dose of news, entertainment and important weather updates. This was especially true for poor or remote communities who didn’t have access to television or other means of communication.UNESCO formally announced the formation of Radio Day in 2011, after a suggestion put forward by Spain to celebrate this important means of communication. 93 more words


World Whale Day - 13th Feb, 2016 | Days Of The Year

Giants of the ocean are celebrated on World Whale Day, which aims to raise awareness of these magnificent creatures. The annual holiday was founded in Maui, Hawaii, in 1980, to honour humpback whales, which swim off its coast. 125 more words


Tortellini Day - 13th Feb, 2016 | Days Of The Year

Picture New Year celebrations in a fancy setting with party-goers sitting round a gaily festooned table consuming…soup. Vegetarian party? Cook burnt the roast? Effect of the crisis? 554 more words


Get A Different Name Day - 13th Feb, 2016 | Days Of The Year

Whether you’re having a bit of an identity crisis, or simply fancy confusing your friends, Get A Different Name Day is a chance to throw off the shackles of the norm and adopt a new name! 12 more words



Friday, 12 February 201612 February – gold, fashion, presidents and balletA day of wonderful lucky events can be found on the 12th of February, starting with Edward Hargraves announcing in 1851 that he had found gold in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, which started the Australian gold rushes. 194 more words


SCPA Winter Melee

The February SCPA Winter Melee was held at the Ship at Owslebury on Sunday, February 7th.

A good turn out of 35 players took part in the four 40 minutes rounds on a dry but cold day.  103 more words