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Gypsies and Traveller's face higher levels of bereavement, which is hardly surprising when life expectancy is 10 years lower than the national average. What is more, Gypsy and Traveller's are ...
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Ted Nasmith will be a special guest at Return of the Ring - see more - http://returnofthering.livejournal.com/3515.html
Return of the Ring is pleased to announce that Ted Nasmith will be our special guest. Ted Nasmith is an artist and illustrator whose works are familiar through numerous projects. The various Tolkien c...
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Celebrating the lives of women in Yorkshire from the 1100s to the present day. These women were rich and poor, privileged and unfortunate, led traditional and pioneering lives and made a huge differen...
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Thank you for the link, that looks very interesting. bookmarks for future reading
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Jef Murray will be joining Return of the Ring as a special guest! See http://returnofthering.livejournal.com/3181.html for more!
Jef Murray is an artist and illustrator – he designed our logo, which features Lougborough University’s very own “party tree”. Jef illustrated Black and White Ogre Country: The Lost Tales of Hilary To...
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21st September 2011 marks the start of twelve months of celebrating the publication of 'The Hobbit'. This is the book which first introduced some of the lands and peoples of Middle-earth, J.R.R. Tolki...
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The Council for British Archaeology wants to know what you thinkg about young people's engagement with archaeology y (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Y2B2MG8)
Thank you for taking the time to fill in this survey. By answering the following questions, you will be helping the Council for British Archaeology carry out important research into current provision ...
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How to evaluate success online? This was Culture24′s first action research project and took place from June 2010 to September 2011. Developing effective ways to define, measure and evaluate the succes...
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For people working (in whatever capacity) in the heritage sector:
For my MBA dissertation, I am looking at the measures of ‘quality’ which are used across the heritage sector - including heritage visitor attractions such as museums and historic houses, archives, archaeological units and expert advice givers (such as development control officers andgenealogists).
I am particularly focussing on the quality measures which are used by stakeholders such as grant-giving bodies and governments.I would very much appreciate it if you fill in thequestionnaire here: http://edu.surveygizmo.com/s3/634430/Heritage-Quality-Metrics-Survey-9-2011. It will take about 12 minutes to complete. If you would like a copy of the results (whether or not you choose to participate)please contact me:
pr00055@surrey.ac.uk
Heritage Quality Metrics Survey 9/2011. Created using SurveyGizmo, online survey software.
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Return of the Ring is pleased to announce that Colin Duriez will be our special guest. Colin is a writer, commentator and lecturer has been involved in many projects, and written several books on J.R....
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Joan Bakewell makes a link between nomads: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/countryside/8735426/Why-can-we-never-abide-gipsies-and-those-with-no-fixed-abode.html

I don't find it puzzling that nomads and settled people are in conflict. It's like asking why the farmer and the cowman can't be friends.
The fit of rage at the travellers resisting eviction from Dale Farm in Essex is puzzling.
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I can see both sides of this and sadly it's a vicious circle of being excluded and excluding themselves.
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has tonight cooked chicken: melt some butter in some olive oil, add garlic and shallots. Meanwhile, turf your cupboards out, trying to find what has happened to the salt grinder. Make a blend of paprica, freshly ground black pepper and cayenne, and dust 4 chicken breasts with it. Put chicken into the pan. find salt, and grate over. cook chicken, and reserve. Add a quarter pint of stock and 4 tablespoons of lime juice to pan and reduce. Return chicken to pan. Serve with mashed sweet potatoes. And black fox cider.
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  • University of Surrey
    MBA, 2010 - 20123
  • University of York
    Archaeology, 1999 - 2008
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  • Heritage Crafts Association
    Administrator, 2013 - present
  • Surrey County Council
    Heritage Manager, 2006 - 2013
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Discribes itself as diabled-friendly, but isn't really suitable for all. There is a lot of equipment and a special changing/shower room which I think would be welcomed by people with very limited mobility, particularly if accompanied. But there are no private showering areas, so you have to shower in-costume, there are no ledges or in-shower hooks to put equipment and aids; there are no ledges to put stuff you need to keep dry while you are in the shower; the showers are a long way from the changing areas, the large lockers are as far as possible from the changing areas (so if you have a lot of equipment with you, you need to walk further), it is on the intersection of two busy roads with no zebra crossing, so if you have low sight levels, very hazardous; there are not enough hooks in the changing rooms: the two that are there are both over the bench, so you need to put your costume on the floor (fine if you can bend over!); buses very infrequent - every 20 minutes - which means if you need two buses, and the other one is every 30 minutes, you can easily spend 3 hours for a 30 minute swim .... It's a shame, because if you are able bodied (or come with someone and can use the equipment) it's a nice pool with friendly staff.
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