Category Archives: Living History

A first-time University student at 64!

A few months ago I decided to get an upgrade from my little Nikon Coolpix L6 compact Digital camera. I have always enjoyed writing, which is why I started this blog. But I really wanted to try and get better … Continue reading

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The Farne Islands

Outer Farne. Longstone Lighthouse (the red & white striped one)¬†was built in 1825 and first functioned on 15th February 1826. It was made famous by Grace Darling and her father, the lighthouse keeper, William Darling. On the night of the … Continue reading

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Hotspur bronze unveiled in Alnwick

On Friday 20 August 2010, the, more than life sized, 14 foot high statue of Harry Hotspur was unveiled in Alnwick, Northumberland. The idea of a bronze statue was to commemorate the 700 year anniversary in 2009 of the Percy … Continue reading

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