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Head or Hart?

Southgate’s pending decision on who will be in-between the sticks at Russia.

It starts now, the road to Russia. England secured qualification for the 2018 World Cup when Harry Kane bundled the ball past Slovenia’s Jan Oblak at Wembley. 977 more words


The Weavers Way – Flat Out Fascinating

My adopted home county of Norfolk was of minority interest as a potential hiking destination among the hill walkers I met in the Pennines and Scotland. 2,176 more words


Autumn by The River Dee in Chester, England 

The Groves is the area by the River Dee in Chester and is lovely at this time of year.

As mid October arrives the trees turn wonderful shades of yellow, orange, red and brown. 29 more words


5 Reasons to Study Abroad with ISA in London

By Tayler Gill, Former ISA Senior Site Specialist

Choosing to study abroad is a big decision! At ISA, we are dedicated to helping students make the best decisions that are right for them because we know you have a lot of options and those options can be overwhelming. 667 more words

International Studies Abroad

Day 1139: Framley Parsonage

In the fourth of the Barsetshire Chronicles, we meet some old friends and make some new ones. Of particular interest to Framley Parsonage are two occupants of the parsonage, Mark Robarts and his sister, Lucy. 424 more words