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Scarborough: The Italian Gardens

Scarborough was once called The Queen of Watering Places. In my great grandparents time it was a town of beautiful shops and a ‘church parade’ along the cliff top terraces after Sunday service for everyone to view the finery of the female congregation. 327 more words

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Carols in Blakers and the Bloomsbury Group

One evening last week The Friends of Blakers Park arranged carols and mulled wine. Nightlights in jam jars swung from the canopy of trees around the clock tower and everyone brought lanterns too as it was pitch dark. 418 more words

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Arthur's Maiden Voyage

The British papers have been full of news of Arthur Heeler-Frood a 15 year old school boy who chained his bicycle by a village green in rural Devon on his way to school, bundled his uniform into a plastic sack and escaped through the theatre gauze of a blue horizon with just a small rucksack and £350 in cash. 526 more words

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A view from the train: Wales

Last week I visited three cities across the UK in one week. Well four if you count two commutes to London to top and tail the travelling. 416 more words

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Making progress whilst the sun shines

We have returned to our blog. Shaken the dust covers from the posts and pictures and looked around. It’s been three months since we last visited but it has not been abandoned, it was just put into storage until life got a little more ordered. 281 more words

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