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An Icon That Manifest the Past: Monastic Cathedral in 995: — Scotland&Me

We recently had an adventure as a break from our unpacking and organization of the household goods in the house. Decided to go southward to see the over a thousand years old cathedral that was originally built by monks in the year 995.

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Week 19 – They Called My Name

Overheard at Edinburgh Castle:

  • “Well, this is an old building isn’t it?”
  • “Oh, I thought it said dragon”, when perusing the Museum of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards…
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Chicken nugget taste tester wanted: UK retailer looks to fill dream job

MERSEYSIDE, England – An English company is looking for a chicken nugget taste tester. B&M is launching a new selection of fresh and frozen food in stores – and they’re offering one lucky person a temporary position to taste test the new products. 203 more words


Key Person Cover Informationn and Advice for Wales and the West Business Owners

What is Key Person Cover? Key Person Cover is a business assurance product that allows a business to insure itself against the financial loss it would suffer if a key person in their business died or had a critical illness. 21 more words

Welsh Business News

Beowulf's Brexit


Nigel Farage: Beowulf

Westminster’s political elite: Grendel (The Monster)

The EU: Grendel’s Mother

An English inscribed stone cross circa 7th century. 506 more words

In a "Manor" of Speaking...

this place is Narnia.  Harlaxton Manor is just like that big old house the Pevensies go to in the countryside to escape the war.  It’s big and old and full of old and expensive things.  257 more words


Sir Alex's son in trouble for saying he'd "shoot" refs

LONDON (AP) It clearly runs in the family.

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was known for having an explosive temper during his nearly 27 years at Old Trafford, and it seems he has passed it down to his son. 127 more words