I was amazed when I opened the battered old suitcase and found eight certificates!
Pride and Love. This time of year, around Remembrance Day evokes many emotions in people all around the world, especially this years anniversary of the end of WW1……………..
Just back from a good ten days away, wandering along the south coast in Motorhome, and found rather a lot of fantastic #OldPhotos from various sources, Ford Car boot, fleamarkets and various antique arcades with kind sellers who let me buy odd pics from their job lots, for […]
As promised here is the second blog showing The Illustrated LONDON News dated October 6th 1945 October 6th 1945 This copper cylinder shown above, was placed in a block of stone forming part of the huge overflow shafts at the new Ladybower Reservoir in the Derwent Valley on […]
Another find to share with you all….I came across two of the Illustrated London News at a Car Boot sale, I was quite excited to see that they were both dated 1945, £1 each, said the chap, I thought that was definitely a bargain !They haven’t disappointed, they […]
St Giles Church, Imber On Wednesday the 1st January 2014, on our way home from a few days away in the Motorhome at Devizes, we made our first visit ever to the Lost Village of Imber, on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.This village is open for a few days every […]
In Memory of the large and small Animals that played their part in our War History. From the Elephants & Horses to the Slugs & Glowworms, they have all played their part in helping to save Human lives. HorsesAt the start of the War, WW1 the British Army […]