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Middle of Nowhere...

After much to-ing and fro-ing of furniture…

We had finally embarked upon our Pre-Tour of Wales and were approaching the border of our eventual destination although it would be some time before our actual arrival there. 416 more words

Stuart France And Sue Vincent

Beyond The Door by Stuart France #writephoto –

Reblogged from Stuart France

An arabesque of animal and human forms.

Gorging and disgorging themselves and others.

Like our evolutionary special garbs are said to have done. 17 more words

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Thursday photo prompt #writephoto – Beyond The Door

An arabesque of animal and human forms.

Gorging and disgorging themselves and others.

Like our evolutionary special garbs are said to have done.

During our headlong career through time and space. 36 more words

Stuart France And Sue Vincent

Gloucestershire Bishops

Notes on Gloucestershire’s Bishops and Ecclesiastical Boundaries

by Richard Barton and Brian Torode (2008) 3,728 more words

Gloucestershire

Helen Castor's "Made in the middle"

This is part five, of a short series by the Warwickshire-born historian, which concentrates on modern issues such as Richard’s reburial:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07c56j6#play.
However, the whole series is available and covers the Anglo-Saxon period, when there were several Cathedrals in the Midland kingdom of Mercia.

Congratulations to our Club Umpires

Congratulations to John Proctor and Morris Goodman who were informed yesterday evening that they had both passed the English Petanque Association exams to become fully qualified EPA Club Umpires.

Well Done!!

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The lost stone of Chat...

“There is a stone which would be worth visiting. It is in Baslow which is on our way to the Symposium so we could stop off there, grab some lunch, check out the stone and then head off to our meeting.” 304 more words

Stuart France And Sue Vincent