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Chocolate, Daleks, The Wall, and rituals

We had 11 contributions for Week 41, the week in which this tweet: Another brick in the wall by @RossWigham http://t.co/7StWLUeUrP Wk41 #WeeklyBlogClub — Weekly Blog Club (@WeeklyBlogClub) October 21, 2013 was our 5,000th tweet – thanks to Derek Barron for noticing

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Another brick in the wall

Ross Wigham visits Hadrian’s Wall for the first time in his life (though he must have crossed the line of it before since the World Heritage Site crosses the North of England from coast to coast). He is surprised to

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Blue lights and learning, landscapes and inspiring

This post, the summary of Week 19 Year 2 posts, is the 1,194th on this blog. There have been 16,577 views of the blog. We have created 193 categories and 1,771 tags. 246 people follow this blog, and there have been

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Hadrian’s Wall landscapes

Just a couple of watercolours I did a few years ago of a couple of my favourite spots on Hadrian’s Wall, and a few words about them (they happen to be managed by English Heritage). Hadrian’s Wall landscapes by Janet E

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Two wheel city

Ross Wigham’s Week 25 post marks National Cycle Week. He writes about a cycle ride he did around Tyneside with views of a tucked-away marina, my favourite sort-of-secret valley (Ouseburn), and parts of a Roman period World Heritage Site: Hadrian’s

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