At the outbreak of World War 1, the British Army’s horse population was 25,000; in just two weeks this figure had increased to 165,000 and, by the end of the war, half a million horses would be drafted from civilian backgrounds. 712 more words
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The biggest thing with award flights is to have a flexible schedule so that you can take advantage of these amazing flights. On this recent award ticket, it meant that I had to spend the weekend in London because the next available flight back to Paris was in two days! 284 more words
On 26th January we took a trip to the Lightbox, Woking to discover the hidden story of a WW1 horse shoe.
Back in Autumn 2014 a local landowner offered their field up on the downs above Shoreham to the project for a metal detecting search. 155 more words