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Powerful Photo Series Documents Photographer Kerry Mansfield's Breast Cancer Journey

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Photographer Kerry Mansfield was diagnosed with breast cancer aged 31.

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#AndroidLollipop has slowed my my #Nexus5 and now the camera won't focus. Any ideas? Easy solutions only please. I'm not techy. Though I am tetchy. 
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+Iain Murray Could I ask how your phone is now. I am thinking of getting a Nexus 5 in the next few days but am worried about the problems discussed on-line.
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Female Genital Mutilation (often referred to as FGM) is a destructive operation, during which the female genitals are partly or entirely removed or injured with the goals of inhibiting a woman’s sexual feelings. Most often the mutilation is performed before puberty, often on girls between the age of four and eight, but recently it is increasingly performed on nurslings who are only a couple of days, weeks or months old.

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I've yet to find a non-wonky lane, which makes it impossible for kids to bowl properly. Facilities and staff are fine, but very expensive for what you get.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The "vegetarian" chicken is lovely (I say that as a carnivore) and the food generally is pretty good. Wouldn't recommend the Crispy Chilli Beef as appears to be 98% batter rather than beef. Always quick and friendly.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Good quality, quick, friendly and good value. Excellent.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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Food is what you would expect from a chippie and the staff are nice, friendly and efficient.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Was nice enough. I can't give it any more than 3 stars though. The reason for this is the there is a Holiday Inn Express 5 minutes down the road from here. The Marriott is about 30% odd more expensive, which isn't too much of a surprise as the room I was in was about 30% bigger and arguably 30% nicer than the Holiday Inn. The staff are equally nice though, and the food, I have to admit to have gone out to eat so can't comment on the evening meal, Marriott breakfast is adequate. The clinching factor is that the Holiday Inn has ***FREE WiFi*** and the Marriott has exorbitant WiFi. It beggars belief that in this day and age that some hotels don't offer this (what has become) basic service. I felt like my human rights were being abused. 15 quid a day?!! It may seem superficial as the Marriott is a nicer hotel, but tbh most of these places are much of a muchness when you spend your umpteenth night in one and not having connectivity sucks. Sort this out and they can have at least one more star. Until then, I'll go to the Holiday Inn (and eat at The Skiff Pub).
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
For my wife's birthday we decided to go for a meal with some friends. There are lots of restaraunts in Poole, but we had never been to the Custom House before (we'd been in the bar a few times many years ago) and it looked nice, and the website and menu looked good so we decided to go. I booked earlier in the day. You can go on the website and register and print a voucher for limited menu for £30 for two people. You are apparently supposed to mention this when booking, but I didn't, but wasn't an issue. Prices seem to be around £28 for two courses per head, which isn't cheap, but then I thought the food was excellent and would certainly want to eat there again. Bottle of Pino was about £14, which is what you would expect. The building is fantastic, though at time of writing Google Maps has it in the wrong place. We sat at the window with a view of the Sunseekers across the harbour. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The right amount of chat without being overbearing or intrusive. She had time to spend with us though, as for whatever reason, there were only two other customers in the place (literally, a couple sitting in the corner). It was a Monday night and I have no idea if this is common, but then the whole of the quay was very quiet indeed. The table layout, while I appreciate the place wan't full, were nicely spaced out so even at full capacity I don't think it would feel crowded. I had chicken and my wife has the vegetarian option of goats cheese. Both meals were fantastic. We then had a Lemon Tart for pudding, which was nice, but not the best I've had. The only downside of the night was when I went to use the little boys room (which were up many flights of stairs - could be an accessibility issue). The rather strange sink managed to spray water all over my crotch area in a comedy fashion, and then I burned my hand on the dryer. Be careful is all I'm saying. We will certainly go again. I would be happy to pay the full price that they charge, but for the 2 course, 2 people deal for £30.00 (with limited menu) we will certainly look to go again. Hope this helps.
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