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Iron Age Leicestershire: Hillforts and Roundhouses

In our second session about Iron Age Leicestershire, we looked at the topic of settlement, investigating both hillforts and roundhouses. One of the sites we examined was the hillfort at Burrough Hill which was the subject of a… 139 more words


Indian Wedding Programme

I’ve mentioned previously that the Indian Wedding Order of Service is by far my most popular item. The problem is, when you have an item that you think is selling well, you let it sit stagnant, just revelling in the success. 70 more words


Congratulations Trish Willetts @TrishWilletts Finalist in the Woman Who...Achieves Inspiring and Outstanding Leader Category 2018

Today we are featuring each of the Woman Who…Achieves Inspiring & Outstanding Leader Category Finalists.

Introducing Trish Willetts of Coventry Bid, Finalist in the Woman Who…Achieves Inspiring & Outstanding Leader Category, sponsored by Athena Warwickshire. 352 more words

Coventry & Warwickshire Woman Who...Awards

Sin É / An interview with poet Jayne Stanton

Sin É

by Jayne Stanton

We steam on barstools
read between slogans on a plastered ceiling
tune to the cuts and grace notes in banter… 1,315 more words

Poet Interviews

YouTube and Spotify

Hi Folks

For those of you that would like to hear or see me in action, you can find some videos on YouTube and some recordings on Spotify.  21 more words


'Loos' Ends

Following on from a post earlier this year, I came into a snippet of further information regarding John Neal, which I thought I’d share. 1,131 more words


Iron Age Leicestershire: Corieltauvi

The Corieltauvi (formerly thought to be called the Coritani, and sometimes referred to as the Corieltavi) were a tribe of people living in Britain prior to the Roman conquest, and thereafter a civitas of Roman Britain. 68 more words