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A last gasp…

What happened to all the.. A selection of new writing opening up to the natural beautiful habitats that are disappearing will be performed soon at Brighton Fringe. Moments of loss and conservation merge and mix with tips on how to throw the earth a life jacket up during these rocky times. Here’s a 30 second […]
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Wayland’s Smithy Burial Chamber

  During this sunny weather I visited a beautiful site, once believed to have been the home of Wayland, the Saxon god of metal working. Human remains found on the site show an earlier burial structure was here between 3590 and 3550 BC. Between 3460 and 3400 BC a second larger barrow was constructed on […]
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Brave New Brexit

Britain seems to be facing a long goodbye with the EU and the European group itself seems to be changing.  Obviously Britain is still ‘in’ Europe geographically.. No one can change that but everything else seems to be in flux.  A hearty (British?) Breakfast seems to be in order. As I type with the news rapidly firing off […]
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