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I spent several Saturday’s ago enjoying a change of pace at the beautiful Lindisfarne, or Holy, Island. Having got up at the ungodly hour of 7 (yes, I am a student!) I was slightly worried that the day would just go downhill from there – I am not a morning person. 408 more words


Busy old fool, unruly Sun

It’s now 18 days since the winter solstice, and although each day that passes lifts my spirits as the minutes of daylight increase, there’s an accompanying sadness. 213 more words


31 Oct 2014
“This place is a giant aviary” David was sitting in the velvet armchair with a book open in his lap. I enjoy listening to his morning musings as he 767 more words


Do you know the Holy Island of Lindisfarne?
It’s a tidal island about 3 miles off the coast of Northumberland and only a few miles from the Scottish border. 1,522 more words


Lindisfarne Castle

From Tudor fortress to Edwardian retreat, Lindisfarne Castle is a dramatic landmark for land and sea. Perched on its pinnacle of rock, it commands intervisibility with Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands, the Heugh and Lindisfarne Priory and all the coastal waters around Holy Island. 301 more words

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