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Calderdale floods - impact, response and resilience update

Eight months ago serious flooding affected our part of the North of England – and much of the UK. I blogged about it after it happened… 453 more words

Flood Resilience

The One Stump Short Winter Tour Squad

The annual debate – who should England take on tour?

It’s perfect ‘down the pub’ fodder. An easy conversation to start along the boundary during, well, any game of cricket – club or county – with talk of wicket types, weather conditions and whimsical fantasy selections that include the latest youngster to burst on the scene. 856 more words

International Cricket

Tons of things to do on a Cycling holiday

On a bike you see, hear & experience so much more than any other type of holiday…This is what you can experience on our Ludlow Country Estate Cycle tour… 549 more words

Cycling Holidays

www.weacceptpets.co.uk The Old Mill Barn, Gamblesby, Penrith, Cumbria

The Old Mill Barn is a lovely converted sandstone barn that provides spacious and comfortable self catering accommodation in Gamblesby, Cumbria. The Old Mill Barn accepts Dogs & Small Pets; you can view this Self Catering Property on our website www.weacceptpets.co.uk by clicking on the link provided below: … 20 more words

Documentary Review- The Real Texas Chainsaw Massacre

The Real Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a 2014 documentary that describes the life of convicted murderer Robert Kleason.

Though I’m not really sure how the documentary got this title, as the horror film where it gets its inspiration came before Kleason’s conviction and he never used a chainsaw, but a table saw. 90 more words

Entertainment And Pop Culture

A Week Of Sport #34 - 30 August

Welcome to a week of sport, a weekly post that let’s our in-house sports fanatics rant and rave about last week’s sporting headlines.

Join in the conversation and let us know about your favourite sporting event of the week. 362 more words

A Week Of Sport

Anglophile For Life

Yes, my friends, I went to England this summer. I went during July, when the temperatures in Memphis were sweltering in the humid 90s. I went with my husband, who is English, and we visited his family in Yorkshire, God’s Own County, with forays to the Lake District and to Scotland. 1,654 more words

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