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Churchill, Lemons, Lists and Sunshine

Well, well, well, you have been busy this week. What a bumper crop of blogs you’ve kindly submitted for the rest of the world to enjoy, it’s really rather kind of you. Thanks. A couple of our bloggers took up

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Bring me sunshine….

As I type this the sun is shining and I think Carol Woolley had a helping hand in that this week. Her blog post shows the results of her latest craft project – a lovely sunny bag. Lets hope the

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Two Ladies and a Vintage Car

Another classic photo from Richard Overy for week 9. This lost image was found by Richard at a car boot sale and is now preserved digitally for us all to enjoy. The two women in this photo show the fashion of the

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Toasty toes…

This week Carol Woolley shares with us her creative side. Carol has been getting handy with the crochet hooks and has managed to create a fantastic pair of Mary-Jane slippers to keep her toes toasty. A great photo accompanies this

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One Man’s Doormat’s Another Man’s Pizza

Llama Rockette aka Rough Cat has been having a massive sort out at home, in preparation for a move to South Korea. This has involved making several trips to the charity shops, and also a win win trip to a

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Blogging, babies and Dambusters

Hello lovely bloggers, yes Kate Bentham again, curating week 21 blogs. You’ve been busy this week with some great blogs; I’ve enjoyed reading every one of them. You really are a talented bunch. Give yourselves a pat on and back,

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Costume drama

A guest post by Liz Ritson on the Ross Wigham blog this week highlighting the Dressing the Stars exhibition which is currently available to view in Woodhorn, Northumberland. The exhibition shows movie costumes which have appeared in some well known

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