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So I sat and I thought and as I sat and I thought, well, I thought: “It’s ongoing, isn’t it?” And then, as I sat some more, I thought some more: “And as it’s ongoing, that means its effects are … Continue reading

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The way we were – Doggerland, Ice Age and Celts

Doggerland and Cantre’r Gwaelod – The Way We Were. But Who Were We and Who Are We Now? School  history was “1066 an all that” – kings and queens in the middle ages – and recent wars and events like … Continue reading

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