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The Monday Minstrel--Medieval!

On the weekend David and I visited Arundel Castle.  The original part of the castle was a Medieval Defensive Castle built up on a hill surveying the West Sussex countryside. 244 more words

History Of Horses

Appeal is launched to reinvigorate Winston Churchill’s legacy at his family home and acquire prized possessions for the nation

A £7.1 million appeal has been launched today by the National Trust to reinvigorate the legacy of one of Britain’s greatest statesmen – Sir Winston Churchill – and to acquire hundreds of historic and personal objects that belonged to him at his home, Chartwell in Kent. 1,211 more words

Conservation

Chartwell, Kent: Home of Sir Winston Churchill

They are currently working on Chartwell to repair some weather damage to the roof and windows. We were told that the roof was repaired but had to be replaced as it wasn’t done properly. 243 more words

Places

Churchillian Mantras to Live By

This month’s #blogamonth topic is about embracing the NEWs. A new year brings forth abounding NEWs. Whether it’s new students, new classes, new subjects, new roles, new learning, or all of the above, the NEWs (not to be confused with the news) keep coming and are personal to our own experiences. 758 more words

champagne hiking 19.0 - 2004 'cuvée sir winston churchill'

The trip & search for great spots for Champagne hiking took Richard and his family to beautiful Bellagio at Lago di Como. 786 more words

Champagne

Sherrielock Holmes: From London To Berlin

The First World War known at the time of its fighting as the Great War was starting to wind down. The Entente Powers called on Germany to sign an Armistice. 276 more words

Vampire Novel

Lance Wallnau

The lance is a pole weapon or spear designed to be used by a mounted warrior or cavalry soldier.

My employer requested to report on an app, call “periscope”. 272 more words