We have been wanting to go to Lake Havasu all winter because my Aunt Helen and my cousin Beth live there. My aunt is a long time resident of the Lake Havasu City. 916 more words
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On this day in 1534, Elizabeth Barton, otherwise known as the “Holy Maid of Kent”, was hanged and beheaded at Tyburn for treason, for having earlier prophesied that if the king, Henry VIII, were to break from the Catholic Church and divorce Catherine of Aragon to marry Anne Boleyn, he would die, and be sent to Hell (*). 183 more words
IF YOU BELIEVE THIS, I’VE GOT A BRIDGE . . .
Famous real estate deals abound — the sale of Manhattan for beads, the Louisiana Purchase, Seward’s Folly. 343 more words
After seeing Darkest Hour in the cinema earlier this year, I was super intrigued when an interactive, immersive theatre production that presents what life was like during Britain’s Darkest Hour appeared on my radar. 593 more words
Reports have come in that a boy, aged about 17, smiled awkwardly at a teenaged girl sitting opposite him on a train to St Pancras station when their WiFi signal dropped out as they went through a tunnel at London Bridge. 249 more words