Monthly Archives: February 2015

Pilgrim Challenge – part 1

Originally posted on Medal Magpie:
What would I even have to write on these race reports if I didn’t have public transport to grumble about? Not even a 2 day, 66 mile trail event through the most stunning scenery inside…

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Weekend escape in Portsmouth, UK

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Originally posted on Luminous Travel:
Travelling isn’t just about visiting different countries and continents, it can be just as rewarding to explore your own country. For me, it’s the UK, but the seaside city of Portsmouth is my home and…

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Buried in time – a Romano-British carved stone head from Boldre

Originally posted on Hampshire Archaeology:
Many carved stone heads have been found in Britain, mostly in the north and west of the country.  A great number of them originate from the religious practices of the native (Iron Age) people living…

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Originally posted on hampshire Hog:
One day, at the end of autumn last year, I planned a visit to a castle on the coast built by Henry the Eighth and, fearing that I might have some walking to do, I…

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Fantastic foodie night in Winchester – The Black Rat and The Black Bottle

Originally posted on Penelope & Parker's travels:
So – last year for Mr P’s birthday we were lording it in 5* luxury in the middle of a desert. This year I had it all to do to try and…

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Half Term Holiday – Whats on?

Originally posted on Valley Leisure Lifestyle:
We are still in the midst of winter and there is still no denying that as we approach February half term, it is still cold to do most of the activities that your children…

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Cold Homes Week

Originally posted on Age UK Blog:
This week is a big week for our campaign for warm homes – it’s Cold Homes Week (2-6 February), a week of action to raise awareness of the scandal of excess winter deaths and…

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