Oh my! I have been busily tracing a particular line of my ancestry and what I find most astonishing is not that I have been able to trace them back to the late 1400’s… (and to the left is the family crest) What astonished me – and, if I’m honest, … Continue reading
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You know those weeks where nothing of great significance in the overall scheme of the world has happened, but yet there have been so many little amazing things that together the week has felt quite extraordinary? 18 more words
The Red Cross introduced the battlefield motor ambulances during the First World War and they quickly replaced the horse-drawn variants.
This article first appeared in the Leigh Chronicle in August 1915 and provides an insight into the valuable work of the Red Cross during the war. 421 more words
Written by Rahoul Naik
One of Lancaster’s newest yet ever-so talented bands, 3 Minutes To Midnight, have released their newest single High Windows and it really encapsulates everything the band is and stands for. 339 more words