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Waths: fords and borders

On a very low Spring tide in August, my guide Mark Messenger and I crossed and re-crossed the Solway on foot, from England to Scotland and back. 1,138 more words

Coastal Heritage

Exploring Conwy Castle, North Wales

If you like castles you must take a trip to Conwy, North Wales and check out the imposing castle with the same name that dominates the town’s vistas. 408 more words

Caernarfon Castle

A young son is presented to Wales, more importantly this son of an English King is proclaimed a Welsh prince, “that was borne in Wales and could speake never a word of English.” 352 more words

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The Good Queen

Saturday 1st August 2015 ko 16.30

Peterborough & District League- Division One

STAMFORD BELVEDERE 1 (Saddington 42p)

WITTERING 3 (Middleton 17 McRoyal 23 Watson 76) 705 more words

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Newark Castle

The remains of Newark Castle are by no means extensive, but are a picturesque and quiet retreat in this bustling Nottinghamshire market town, a role that is a far cry from the castle’s turbulent past. 550 more words

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1977 Carlisle Pageant

If you think my dad isn’t taking his role of Roman Centurion terribly seriously in this picture, you’d be right. He’d only gone along to Pageant rehearsals as the driver – my driver to be precise. 1,582 more words

Conwy Castle

Before getting into the history of Conwy, I have to say the towns of Conwy and Caernarfon are wonderful places to visit. If you are traveling to the UK and love medieval history, be certain to add them to your itinerary. 455 more words

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