Monthly Archives: November, 2012

St Mary’s Island: Chatham Maritime

Tug boats, yachts, spooky faces in the clouds and a huge rainbow – these were some of the sights that greeted me whilst strolling around St Mary’s Island at Chatham Marina. Situated on the River Medway, St Mary’s Island is a tranquil place to visit (so perfect for when you are trying to escape the …

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Field of Remembrance: Westminster Abbey

The Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey pays tribute to the brave Service men and women who have served in the Armed Forces since World War I. The first Field of Remembrance appeared in the grounds of the Abbey in November 1928. That year only two Remembrance Crosses were planted. The tradition has grown and …

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Remember, Remember the 4th November: Richmond Fireworks

It’s no secret that I can’t stand Autumn and Winter time. Although both seasons are aesthetically beautiful, I really struggle with the lack of daylight and the bitterly cold temperatures, and consequently I spend most of the time looking forward to the start of Spring. Thankfully there are lots of events during this time that …

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Music & Melodies in Muswell Hill: St James Church

  As a Muswell Hillbilly & a music lover, I believe the monthly music concerts at St James Church to be a perfect way to spend a Saturday lunchtime. 🙂 Beautiful music, stunning setting, and its free! I highly recommend it. The quality of musicianship is excellent.  Here are some photographs I took at yesterdays …

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