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Serafina and the Twisted Staff by Robert Beatty- 5 Stars

Review to Serafina and the Black Cloak here.

Robert Beatty is back and even better with the sequel to Serafina and the Black Cloak. Serafina and Braeden, along with their animal friends defeated the man in the black cloak, thinking that all would go back to normal after his death. 213 more words


A stitch in time

I recently spent a lovely afternoon (yes, of course it rained) at Michelham Priory near Eastbourne in Sussex.  It really is a lovely tranquil place, sitting in the middle of seven acres of land. 1,031 more words



I’ve been back home for two days and its time to get my boots on. I’m off to Slaidburn on the edge of the Trough of Bowland to do a reccee for the next Crosby Rambling Club ‘A’ walk. 300 more words


Cat Prints and Court Dockets

Sometimes, when working on the inventory project, you come across things you don’t expect.  Example: This 1940s era Superior Court Docket Book which is covered in paw prints from a cat.   25 more words

A view of Rhyl from Dyserth Mountain

Growing up in Rhyl, Dyserth seemed an exotic place to me, despite it being no more than four miles away. It was said that if you could see Dyserth Mountain clearly, it was going to rain and if you couldn’t, then it was raining. 56 more words

Rhyl Life

Rhyl: The Playground of the North Wales Coast!

The publicity posters of both the railway companies and Rhyl Town Council always had a fascination for me – most would be distributed around English and Scottish industrial areas to encourage people to come to Rhyl. 57 more words

Rhyl Life