Category Archives: history

286: bonfire night

It’s still the tradition to have bonfires and fireworks on November 5th here in the UK. The bonfire party I attended was a community outreach organised by the churches in Stavely (just outside Chesterfield). The fireworks were spectacular. Because of … Continue reading

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143. prehistoric animal

no, just seaweed masquerading

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97. The Derwent

from the Bridge at Chatsworth The River Derwent runs at the bottom of Cliff College, through Baslow village and Chatsworth Park down to Derby and finally filters into the Trent

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89. famous last words?

(Part of the low pay all work exhibition in the Women’s Library, London)

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88. power tools

Women’s library near Liverpool St. Station, London (After the event : When looking at this again I was reminded how in Ps 139 we are told that we were knitted together by God in our mother’s womb.  Interesting that I … Continue reading

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59 /365 miles from home

Ashbourne: home from home

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53 (365): Monsal trail

  North Derbyshire (from disused railway, now public trail for cyclists and walkers)

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