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Our Family Weekend Away in County Durham 

On Friday afternoon, I picked Ed up from work and we headed over to my mum’s for some dinner before loading up the car and heading off on the journey up north to County Durham to visit my brother and his wife. 376 more words

All About Me

One month until our first event of 2017... Countdown in Lincoln!

Lincoln 2013: Dave and Michelle have something to smile about – being at a Co event!

The oldest Co-event returns for its 13th year!

All the details you need are available… 285 more words

Countdown

Herbie's Diner

We were staying in a Travelodge for a couple of days, and just by it was Herbie’s Diner; if you are driving eastbound along the A14, the Huntingdon Road in Cambridgeshire, just near Swavesey, or even if you’re driving north, you can pull of at a handy junction and loop round to get there – you will see Herbie’s Diner and I really urge you to pull over, take a break and have some decent refreshments. 208 more words

Food

Aberdeen's New Business District

Situated near to the intersection of Union Street and Holburn Street, this cluster of buildings span a 70 year period of construction within the city of Aberdeen. 395 more words

Aberdeen

Day 1.  A late autumn visit to London

A cold morning at home so before leaving the house I donned my winter coat and woollen scarf for my journey to London. I find long distance train travel relaxing and, once on board, I settled down to reading ‘Mr. 525 more words

Travel

A short but sweet stay in York

Worry not folks, I’ve arrived safely back from my travels! Well, when I say travels, I mean my annual overnight pre-Christmas pilgrimage with my mum, which this year saw us stepping back in time to the olde worlde city of York.  443 more words

Birmingham City Council foots £2 million bill on hotels for homeless

It’s no secret that councils across the country use budget hotels to accommodate the homeless in their towns and cities. But to what extent does this happen in Birmingham? 216 more words

Journalism