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Welsh Frankton, Shropshire (1)

The Church of St Andrew, Welsh Frankton, Shropshire.

Photo taken : 06 March 2016

Google map : https://goo.gl/maps/NS33s


Life in the garden

The St Andrew’s Cross Spider is commonly seen in my garden in the dry tropics of Townsville. It is found along the east coast of Australia, all the way down to New South Wales. 154 more words


Mysteries of the Talbot Valley

Last Sunday I was out for a ramble in the Parish of St Andrews which is in the middle of the island and made up of plush rolling fields, copses of leafy trees and the Talbot Valley. 613 more words



Another in the occasional series on “Far-Flung Lost London” …

Enfield  was first recorded in the “Domesday Book” of 1086 as Enefelde, from the  Old English personal name… 861 more words

London History

Chester, Cheshire (17)

The Church of St Andrew, Chester, Cheshire.

Photo taken : 14 February 2016

Google map : https://goo.gl/maps/ieiX

*now “The Church” bar and restaurant.


Monifieth a Pictish Centre

By Mhairi Pyott


On the few brochures I have seen with reference to Monifieth, it is inevitably described as having been an important Pictish Centre. 4,019 more words


I am not proud of where I was born.

Another Saint’s Day is around the corner and I will yet again seem many people posting that they are proud to be soemwhere-ish – Scottish, Welsh, Irish, English or whatever. 405 more words