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More memories of Leicester

I was also in Leicester for the beginning of the reburial week. It is a very historic city with, like Colchester, pre-Conquest, Mediaeval and Civil War history. 294 more words

The Kidneys: Know, Understand & Care For Your Kidneys

The kidneys are two bean shaped organs, each about the size of a fist. They are located just below the rib cage, one on each side of the spine. 964 more words

Fete and Family Fun Day - 30th May 2015

Fete and Family Fund Day – Saturday, 30th May 2015 12:00 to 4.00 p.m.

This year St Nicholas Church & Glatton Village Hall have teamed up to bring a truly great fun afternoon for all ages. 91 more words

St Nicholas

Football vs St Nicholas

Last Friday, our football team played a home game against St Nicholas. It was an exciting and extremely closely played match between the two teams. Although the result was 1-0 to St Nicholas, our team should be very proud of themselves for their fantastic display of teamwork and enthusiasm.

Fun Stuff

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh Laundry

Early morning was a good time to be visiting Bari Vecchia where the residents of the crooked streets were preparing for the day ahead.  Washing lines were being loaded and cranked into position high up across the alleys and lanes and strung outside windows like bunting as though in anticipation of a parade or a carnival, stretching across the streets, smelling sweetly of soap powder, dripping indiscriminately and swaying gently backwards and forwards above the secret doorways and back alleys.

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History

If you are a good kid, you can see: SANTA CLAUS MUSEUM

Also known as St. Nicholas Church. Located in Demre, Turkey.

Saint Nicholas, known throughout the world as Santa Claus, was born in the ancient Lycian city of Patara. 290 more words

Travel

March Letter from The Ferns Veggie B & B chatting about allergen regulations, Easter in Newport and 'Made from Wool' Newport knitter

Allergen regulations

Part of the new Food Information Regulations, requires me to  collate the  information about allergic ingredients used in the food that I serve.  The allergens that I have to report on are : celery, cereals, crustaceans, eggs, fish, lupin, milk, molluscs, mustard, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya and sulphur dioxide. 493 more words

Letters From The Ferns