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behind the scenes of the latest weird fish photo shoot

Its a new year and its time to start shooting our latest collection of products.

Being based in the heart of the Cotswolds we decided to look  on our own doorstep for the location for this seasons shoot. 117 more words

Weird Fish

In Gloucestershire...with Steve Ferbrache

FAVOURITE BAND/MUSICIAN…

Thee Ones – a great band from Stroud playing unique Rhythm & Blues – they’ve been around for a while and are still moving forward – really tight too, which is worth a lot! 224 more words

Features

The Girl in the Photograph - Gloucestershire - Kate Riordan

Why the booktrail?

Even the title is mysterious – just who is the girl in the photo? We wanted to know straight away!

Story in a nutshell… 662 more words

Books Set In England

Plymouth in 1914 October November and December - the final post in the series

As 2014 ends I thought I’d better just upload the calendars from the last 3 months of the year for Doidges annual of 1914. Happy New Year 2015 ! 20 more words

Doing Beautiful Dreamers til Sunday.

Normally I pace around the beautiful Japanese-style garden of a beautiful Japanese-style house across the river as an angry wife. 40 more words

19 Nov 14 - 3 Rounds For Time, Back Squats, BB Step Ups, Toes 2 Bar, Push Press .

Cheeky back squats today. I appreciate the requirement and necessity for pausing down there sometimes but “holy hell” it can suck it out of you. The weight was supposed to be 80% of 3RM, I think but I could find no record of that so worked out that 90kg was about right. 181 more words

Plymouth City Council - Archives catalogue

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  • Repository: Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
  • Ref: 19
  • Title: octagon Lane or Granby Street, Plymouth
  • Description: Abstract of title of John Foot of the Island of Scilly, chief boatman in the Preventive Service, as mortgagee, to two messuages on north side of octagon Lane or Granby Street, Plymouth, lately built by George Vosper, builder.
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