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My First Post - 25 Questions Tag

As I sit here on a sunny afternoon in May I’m wondering how to get started with my blog; maybe a Disney post, maybe a self-motivating, optimistic, stream of consciousness type post, but eventually I have decided to go with the 25 Questions Tag. 939 more words

25 Questions


I’m Andy Baker, a 19 year old UK-based wildlife photographer and zoology student with a keen interest in the natural world.

Wildlife photography has been my favourite hobby since 2012 when I bought my first DSLR camera. 52 more words

Andy Baker

Jesson, Robert Weston. Died 20th Jan 1916

Robert Weston JESSON D.C.M. – d. 20 January 1916

Robert Weston JESSON was born about 1895, the son of James and Sarah Jane Barratt Jesson of Spring House, East Langton, Market Harborough, Leicestershire. 1,735 more words


Where to Ride: The Brampton Valley Way

Leicestershire can be a little bit of a black hole for off road riding and mountain bike trails. We don’t really have trails, more a few bridle paths and byways and some cycle paths whereby you can form routes. 222 more words


Removing Plaster from Quarry Tiles

This Quarry tiled floor was at a house in the town of Market Harborough and as you can see from the photograph below it was in a right state due to the plastering that had gone on previously while the property was refurbished. 60 more words

Tile Cleaning

Sandstone Fireplace Cleaning in Market Harborough

We don’t get a great deal of inquiries about the restoration of stone fireplaces so its refreshing when one comes along, however the principles of cleaning and are the same so were always happy to take on the work. 51 more words

Tile Cleaning

Market Harborough, UK: Council continues to oppose emergency crossing closure

Closing a footpath level crossing in Market Harborough on safety grounds isn’t good enough for leicestershire County Council it would seem. Despite having lights to indicated whether or not it is safe to cross, Network Rail is arguing that the crossing is unsafe and has to be closed because the level of risk to pedestrian users of the level crossing was unacceptably high. 129 more words

Level Crossing