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Thousands of us lookup up today as we watched what is likely to be the final flypast of Woodford airfield by the Vulcan. Sadly this is the final year that this iconic aircraft will be flying. As a child I used to watch this aircraft on a regular basis from my home and school as they did numerous test flights. You knew exactly which aircraft was coming just from the sound.

Thanks to these folks for the immense about of work they put in to keep this amazing machine flying for as long as they have. http://www.vulcantothesky.org/
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Some of my colleagues were tidying up recently and came across one of these. Whilst no where near as valuable as an Apple I they are a piece of UK history. I plan, no other IT disasters, to connect it up and then it on. I'll hopefully post some images of it.
BBC Master AIV & Domesday Project. [Master Computers ] [Archimedes ] [Computers ]. Domesday System. In 1983, the BBC decided to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the Domesday Book with a new survey of Britain. Up to 1 million people, mainly in schools, participated by collecting the data which ...
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Some of my colleagues were tidying up recently and came across one of these. Whilst no where near as valuable as an Apple I they are a piece of UK history. I plan, no other IT disasters withstanding, to connect it up and turn it on. I'll hopefully post some images of it.
BBC Master AIV & Domesday Project. [Master Computers ] [Archimedes ] [Computers ]. Domesday System. In 1983, the BBC decided to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the Domesday Book with a new survey of Britain. Up to 1 million people, mainly in schools, participated by collecting the data which ...
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Oh man, that's a blast from the past. I remember my lunch times at school browsing around that.
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Thanks +Daniel Barron​ I did wonder where the money for this service came from.
 
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Last week, I finally got around to writing about HideMyAss , and doing a spot of speculation about how other proxy anonymizers earn their coin. Almost immediately I hit "publish" I spotted this article pop up on Zdnet . Apparently/allegedly, Hola subsidise ...
Last week, I finally got around to writing about HideMyAss, and doing a spot of speculation about how other proxy anonymizers earn their coin. Almost immediately I hit "publish" I spotted this article pop up on Zdnet. Apparen...
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If you are in the UK this weekend and can get to one of the locations mentioned here you will get a chance to see the Vulcan on its Salute to the V Force tour.

http://www.vulcantothesky.org/news/675/82/V-Force-Tour-times.html
THIS COMING SATURDAY 27th JUNE & SUNDAY 28th JUNE. (Subject to weather and technical conditions). V-ForceSalute-icon. Remember to tell your friends and see XH558 yourself if you are near to one of these locations this coming weekend. Follow our social media for updates on the day: this is ...
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Watching the Ministry of Science blow things up. The kids and I are loving it.
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  • Knutsford Academy
    Network Manager, 2012 - present
  • Knutsford High School
    Network Manager, 2008 - 2012
  • Fallibroome High School
    Deputy Network Manager, 2005 - 2008
  • The University of Manchester
    Laboratory Technician, 1987 - 2005
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A great place to send the kids what ever the weather. They may come home caked in mud, wet and cold but they will have had a great time.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Unless it's a busy time the fish is usually freshly cooked to order so is at its best.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Food was okay to point. Service was awful, very slow and errors on every course. First the number of drinks was wrong, then one of the kids main courses and then all three kids deserts. Worse still was the kids chocolate pudding was actually adult chocolate brownie which contained significant quantities of nuts without a mention on the menu. Fortunately my kids are not allergic, they just don't like them. Finally the coffee was very poor with an after taste and the milk contained coffee grounds. Out of 15 items ordered 6 were wrong and sent back. No discount was offered despite the complaint. Will never be going back.
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Atmosphere: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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Been a couple of times. Food was good and was served reasonably quickly. Clean up afterwards is a little slow but I can live with that. They don't have staff checking on you throughout the meal, if you want more drinks you go to the bar yourself, again I can live with that.
Public - 11 months ago
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