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Bill Nicholls
Works at In a Doughnut
Lives in Oxfordshire
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Rather remiss of me to to introduce myself. I'm a blogger situated in the south east of the UK I had been posting on another UK site but my posts got deleted for some reason. I must hav ebeen misinformed about where I lived and I sould not post photos from the Uk. My interests are varied and I post a photo in one of my blogs most days. I hope you like what I post and plese follow me or my blogs if you wish.

The photos shown here are from up on the Ridgeway not far from where I work
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St Mary the Virgin dates back to 1120 and was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The Norman chancel survives and the aisles are later additions. The font you will see is a rare Norman lead one and was it was later ...
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St Mary the Virgin dates back to 1120 and was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The Norman chancel survives and the aisles are later additions. The font you will see is a rare Norman lead one and was it was later ...
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Taken out of the car window a few weeks ago on our way back from Wales Taken along the A481 near Forest Inn The hill you see is called The Van Taken along the A40 on the way to Witney the area here is part of the W...
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Taken out of the car window a few weeks ago on our way back from Wales Taken along the A481 near Forest Inn The hill you see is called The Van Taken along the A40 on the way to Witney the area here is part of the W...
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St Mary the Virgin dates back to 1120 and was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The Norman chancel survives and the aisles are later additions. The font you will see is a rare Norman lead one and was it was later ...
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St Mary the Virgin Long Wittenham
St Mary the Virgin dates back to 1120 and was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The Norman chancel survives and the aisles are later additions. The font you will see is a rare Norman lead one and was it was later encased in wood, and this preser...
St Mary the Virgin dates back to 1120 and was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The Norman chancel survives and the aisles are later additions. The font you will see is a rare Norman lead one and was it was later ...
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Taken out of the car window a few weeks ago on our way back from Wales Taken along the A481 near Forest Inn The hill you see is called The Van Taken along the A40 on the way to Witney the area here is part of the W...
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Various Skys
Taken out of the car window a few weeks ago on our way back from Wales  Taken along the A481  near Forest Inn The hill you see is called The Van  Taken along the A40 on the way to Witney the area here is part of the Windrush Valley  Looking back the opposit...
Taken out of the car window a few weeks ago on our way back from Wales Taken along the A481 near Forest Inn The hill you see is called The Van Taken along the A40 on the way to Witney the area here is part of the W...
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On the grounds of Clonmacnoise. For many of us who search for evidence of ancestors, rarely are we able to cite the location of a found ancestor in a monastic settlement. Nevertheless, depending on where our ancestors settle...
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Work as a Vacuum Technichian but more of a jack of all trades
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I can turn my hand to most things and will have a go at fixing anything.
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  • In a Doughnut
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Married
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Most people at work know me as Murphy.
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An Old geek
Introduction
I've been called an Historian and Photographer though I claim to neither I'm an old fellow who likes to take photos and reads some history on places I visit. Please consider following me if you enjoy the blogs I write.
All the photos I use are my own unless stated otherwise, please do not use them with out asking first
Bragging rights
Survived shool and an apprentiship, worked 30 years in one place then moved to another. Got married to my beautiful wife we had a couple of kids and just enjoyed life.
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St Mary the Virgin Long Wittenham
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St Mary the Virgin dates back to 1120 and was built on the site of an earlier Saxon church. The Norman chancel survives and the aisles are l

Various Skys
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Taken out of the car window a few weeks ago on our way back from Wales Taken along the A481 near Forest Inn The hill you see is called The V

Travel Thursday: The Sacred Site of Clonmacnoise
thesearchforanneandmichael.blogspot.com

On the grounds of Clonmacnoise. For many of us who search for evidence of ancestors, rarely are we able to cite the location of a found ance

East Ilsley Mural
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

The next panel depicts the village of East Ilsley and shows the sheep for which the village was famous for. The Ridgeway for centuries was u

St Peters Little Wittenham
graveplace.blogspot.com

I visited this church many years back in 2009 so it was the first I returned to on a road trip that took in six different churches. The Vill

B and W
gittansphoto.blogspot.com

Just a macro of a flower petal. Have a nice day everyone! Linking up with: The Weekend in Black and White Black & White Wednesday

A Norfolk Tale
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The Norwich Skyline Set in the heart of East Anglia, stands the city of Norwich. A city that has preserved its historical buildings over the

Before The Clock House
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Before the Clock House in Newbury stood a different feature. A building thought to be a wayside chapel. In 1828 the area was famous for coac

The Compton Hundred
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The next panel on the mural comprises of three sections depicting the local churches in the area They are pictured within a tracery that hav

Magdalen Hill Cemetery Winchester
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The last place I visited on my Saturday tour The cemetery opened in 1914 and took over from the privately owned West Hill cemetery which was

NASA astronaut Jeff Williams showcases ISS photography equipment
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NASA astronaut Jeff Williams posted a video detailing some of the equipment he uses to capture Earth from the ISS. So what kind of specializ

Husband dear...
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My dear Husband can always read me like a book... He always loves to eat the things that I cook... He puts up with my every whim... and alwa

The Battle of Ashdown
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Last week I showed the mural on the ridgeway under the A34 this week I will show the first of the pannels and explain the story behind it. T

At Andrews Tichborne
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St Andrews Church in Tichbourne was the last of the churches I visited on the Saturday and was a little gem. I have not know what to expect

Blue Sky Over Oxfordshire
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From my walk along the Ridgeway the other weekend a view I saw looking over the Oxfordshire Countryside from the Berkshire Downs

Beetles big and small...
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Due to it being a beautiful Spring morning Prunella decided to have tea on the patio accompanied with her companions Phoebe Whippet and Grif

A walk along the Ridgeway
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Saturday saw my wife and I go for a walk along the Ridgeway not far from where I work, I did have my reasons and one was to get a photo of t

Ridgeway Mural
spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.com

Saturday I persuaded my wife to take a walk along the Ridgeway near where I work to visit a mural I have wanted to see for a while. The mura

Think the place is a little overpriced. Scotch eggs at £3.99 is a bit steep and their muffins were more like stodgy cakes and the worst I have had. The cakes looked nice I will admit and there were quite a few people there having Coffee but I feel they are aiming at an upper class customer rather that someone who just wants a cup of tea and a slice.
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reviewed 3 months ago
I`ve had takaway`s from here for years & it has always been vey good. The service is aways friendly
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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