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Afternoon Tea at the Glass House in Ribchester.

Just in time to post for Afternoon Tea Week here is a quick review of a gloriously decadent afternoon tea in Ribchester! My sister, our friend Becky and I booked in at the gorgeous Glass House at Stydd gardens last Sunday. 338 more words

Places To Visit

Re-enactment

Julia, who is the power behind the excellent Histories of Archaeology Research Network blog, has a particular research interest in how archaeological field practice and technique was developed in the early 20th century. 480 more words

Archaeology

Pre Trip (Day -1)

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We’re packing up all of our stuff for Ribchester today! Ribchester is an archaeological dig that my boyfriend and I are about to go on for a month. 56 more words

Archaeology

Suffragettes, Circuses, tigers and journalists: a bizarre jaunt around Victorian London in The Hourglass Factory

Frankie George is sent by her newspaper for her first proper piece – a profile of suffragette-trapeze artist Ebony Diamond. But while she’s on the trail, Ebony lashes out at her then disappears mysteriously in the middle of her performance. 425 more words

Book Thoughts

Birthday lunch at Stydd Gardens.

As my other half is busy watching that crazy Yorkshireman/speeddemon Guy Martin on the telly, I thought I would share a few pics from my Birthday lunch today at the… 115 more words

Places To Visit

Lisbee Stainton / Glyn Shipman – Ribchester Village Hall

Having fallen foul of weekend gridlock on English motorways many times between the South-East and North-West, my heart went out to Lisbee Stainton on Friday night. 934 more words

Music

High Days and Roman Holidays

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Being born on 24 July in the 57th year of the last century means that I have just turned 57 myself. A pleasing symmetry. 429 more words

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