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This is a great video from +Christians in Politics: https://goo.gl/ZgkgiV A great reminder of the importance of disagreeing well. #Brexit 
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Is anyone else getting too many notifications about leaving to go to an appointment in Google now?

It's told me 3 times so far when to leave, 3 hours ahead of leaving time, and it's only 5 minutes away.

Super-prepared much?

#android #google

+Artem Russakovskii​
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For people wondering which way to vote in the upcoming EU referendum, you might be interested to see this film.

I'm not yet aware of a similar film in favour of staying in, but will share if one comes to my attention. #eu #brexit #voteleave
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Instagram introduces longer videos. Snapchat introduces audio and stickers. Social media is all blurring into one, with no distinctions. #socialmedia
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Naaww you can do super fun things with snapchat - still different from the others... 😜
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NO. WAY.

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Planting trees around rivers could reduce the height of flooding in towns by up to 20%, new research says.
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I got 8/9... and not because I know Gandhi's sayings particularly well...
Can you differentiate the sage advice of Gandhi from Gandalf?
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Er, why is my Google Play Music web interface purple?

#googleplaymusic #google #googleplay

EDIT: It's to remember Prince.
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I thought this was US only so far? Possible people grouping rolling out outside the US? That would be awesome.

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I've lived in a few places in the South West England, and I love the area - it's so beautiful! I enjoy reading about technology developments, spending time walking in the countryside and playing the occasional chess game. I also appreciate real ale. 

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It's free to get into, but there isn't a huge amount to see or do (just a couple of interpretation boards). The pictures show you everything, and there aren't really any good views from the castle - just a couple of staircases, but they look inside the castle. While we were there, there was a strong smell of urine against the walls, and it seemed to be the gathering place for daytime drinkers, so not the most pleasant of picnic spots either!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
First bit of useful knowledge: the bit at the front is the interesting bit. It's also very small. We went on a weekday lunchtime and the front was full, so sat towards the back, which is considerably more modern (and referred to as the conservatory). The pub has a cosy feel to it. Beer selection wasn't huge, but the beers on offer were nice, including Nicholson's, presumably one of the beers brewed by the group that runs the pub. The staff here were not so great - we ordered a bowl of chips which was plonked down in front of us, and not a word was said by the waitress, which was odd. Maybe it was just a busy day! All-in-all, not bad, just feels like they're capitalising on the historical value without adding much themselves.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
A really interesting place, with unique flavours! I had a peanut butter milkshake (delicious) while my wife had a chili and ginger milkshake, which blew my face off as it was really spicy. Reasonably priced for custom milkshakes and smoothies, and with a fantastic selection on offer. Definitely worth a visit if you want to try something different!
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Had a good meal here with colleagues. They do a decent weekday lunchtime menu (£9.95 for two courses - possibly not available at weekends though) and there's a good variety of pizzas (and pasta) available. The restaurant is light and airy, and there's ample parking for the Outlet, at only £1 for five hours. Serving was exceptionally quick, which was perfect for a lunch trip. We had a real faff trying to establish which of our web vouchers were valid, and which weren't (they didn't seem too familiar with their offers), but it was eventually sorted.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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My wife and I love this place! So relaxing, and a beautiful place to watch the sun go down. Definitely take a picnic. Make sure you check out the topograph - a short walk from the parking and picnic area
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
This is a great outdoor experience for children. We took my niece and nephew here (aged 1.5 and 3.5 respectively). They liked seeing all the animals, and didn't find the 1 mile circular walk too long either. The facilities seemed to be closed for Winter - expected, but be prepared for that if you're expecting the café to be open as it wasn't when we visited in January. The play park is great fun, but seemed to be for older children - my nephew struggled as he couldn't reach a lot of the things to climb on. It would be better suited for 5+ year olds. There didn't seem to be a huge amount of shelter from the elements here either - again, expected, but be aware of this when planning your trip.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I don't think our visit was a typical experience based on feedback from those that have been here before, and will certainly update this review in future when I've visited again. However, our experience wasn't amazing. We came here for a meal as a group of colleagues just before Christmas. Our order got lost in the kitchen - we discovered after waiting for an hour and other tables after us had been served. They did apologise and came to us when they realised, and gave us free drinks as compensation for the wait - to their credit. The atmosphere here was lovely - really nice decor. The food was very nice - just a shame we had to wait so long! As I say, I don't believe this was a typical experience, but we'll see!
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago