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Episode 18 - Abbotsbury, Dorset

Today we are back in the south of England, right on the coast in fact, just west of Weymouth, to visit the small village of Abbotsbury in the county of Dorset. 4,495 more words

England

Episode 17 Abbots Bromley

The village of Abbots Bromley has a long and interesting history, dating back to the earliest days of the Kingdom of England, and perhaps even earlier than that. 2,662 more words

England

Brittonic Sea-Power as a Factor in Dark Age British History

There is still no academic consensus as to the chronology or even the precise sequence of events for the Brittonic Period of Post Roman Britain. 1,981 more words

Dark Age Britain

The Team That Eddie Forgot

Lions and England squad selections for this summer are spoken. The dust has settled. There have been some notable and pleasing inclusions. And yet for every… 1,245 more words

Sport

Why Is England Called England?

Why is England called England? “England” means “the land of the Angles.” It is not named for the country’s jagged coastline but for some of the people who live there. 380 more words

Fun

Carrot and Coals IV… Stuart France

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The name Arbor Low is of Saxon derivation, originally ‘Eordburh-Hlaw’ meaning the Earth-Work Mound.

Wen smiles, “Where did you dig that up from?”

“I have my sources, you know.” 124 more words

Books

Carrot and Coals IV...

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The name Arbor Low is of Saxon derivation, originally ‘Eordburh-Hlaw’ meaning the Earth-Work Mound.

Wen smiles, “Where did you dig that up from?”

“I have my sources, you know.” 305 more words

Stuart France And Sue Vincent