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Getting a Healthy Start on Portobello and Golborne Market...

Kensington and Chelsea families – are you part of the Healthy Start scheme, or think you may be eligible? If so, then good news as the fruit and vegetable stalls along Portobello and Golborne Road have signed up to accept Healthy Start vouchers! 124 more words


IWD 2017: Women in Advertising at the Museum of Brands...

To coincide with International Women’s Day 2017, The North Kensington-based Museum of Brands, Packing and Advertising are launching a series of talks, films and workshops focused on women in advertising. 141 more words


Residents reminisce with old photographs

Residents of Parr Mount Court enjoyed a creative afternoon of reminiscence when St Helens Through The Lens project artist Debbie Adele Cooper led a workshop there.  92 more words


Be a part of local history

Do you have memories of places, people or events in 1950s St Helens?

As part of the St Helens Through The Lens project, St Helens Local History & Archives and St Helens Arts Service are collaborating with photographer… 110 more words

St Helens Through The Lens

Students shine a light on almost forgotten memories

Students from the Theatre and Performance Foundation Degree at University Centre St Helens breathed new life into the photographs from the George Street Photography Collection, through… 181 more words


Transcript of the will of John Middlehurst 1802

John Middlehurst (Abt. 1740 – 1803) is one of my 6 times great grandfathers, via his daughter, Elizabeth Middlehurst (Abt. 1770 – 1832)

Elizabeth was one of 8 children of John, the others being Thomas, William, Alice, Mary, Ann, John and Martha.  653 more words

Hiking in the Pacific Northwest

Winter officially started, but I am thinking about what it was like to go hiking in warm weather.

Check out my original article at https://www.theodysseyonline.com/hiking-pacific-northwest… 279 more words