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Nottingham Castle

Nottingham Castle is a staple of Nottingham’s cityscape and somewhere I’ve visited a lot, but not specifically written about. The name Castle is perhaps a bit of a misnomer, and tourists can be taken aback that it doesn’t fit the stereotypical appearance of a castle. 316 more words

England

Exhibit 60

A display of dancing on the promenade in Aberystwyth. One of several pictures I took but this one creates a pattern of movement so that the eye follows the figures around in a circle.

Photography

Wednesbury History #Sunday #ramble

We have a local history page for Wednesbury on Facebook and yesterday I was made an admin. I have a feeling I might be doing all the work! 759 more words

Ramblings

The Bandstand

Eastbourne is one of our favourite places in the world. I know it has a bit of reputation for being boring and a magnet for old people, but it’s not, it’s a very cool seaside town that rivals any in the UK… not that there is that much stiff competition in the UK, but still it, can hold its head high among its rivals and I like it! 122 more words

Art

Friday Fictioneers -- The Concert That Never Was

Every Sunday at dawn, March through to September, the Balderton Brass Band met up for a musical jamboree in a residential area. Their tone-deaf conductor, Jimmy ‘Spring Chicken’ Gilbert, delighted in aggravating his neighbours. 76 more words

Writing

BANDSTAND MEMORIES

Copyright: David Stewart

Here we are back for another week, gathered in a virtual park in a small town on an unusually warm day for late March. 268 more words

Band Night - Friday Fictioneers

AnElephantCant play any instrument
Not the bagpipes or a tuba or a drum
He can’t even trumpet
But like it or lump it
He can bash out the rhythm with his trunk on his bum… 154 more words

Daft Rhymes