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Nostalgia Part 2
It was a warm afternoon in August 2016 and Jim was catching the train to Lime Street, then the soccer bus to Anfield. I usually go with him on the train then spend the afternoon browsing Liverpool's shops, museums, etc, but I made a last minute decision to ...
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Nostalgia - Part 1
Remembering my childhood haunts I was a baby when my family moved from the centre of Liverpool to the comparative safety of Huyton Quarry at the outbreak of World War II, after a short period of evacuation when the family had been split up. Huyton Quarry wa...
Nostalgia - Part 1
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A Tribute to One of Liverpool's 'Quiet Heroes'  - John H (March 1924 - May 2016) As the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme is being commemorated this summer, it seems an appropriate time to offer a personal tribute to a man who played his part in ...
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A Tribute to One of Liverpool's 'Quiet Heroes'  - John H (March 1928 - May 2016) As the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme is being commemorated this summer, it seems an appropriate time to offer a personal tribute to a man who played his part in ...
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To Dye - or Not to Dye - That is the Question  (Apologies to The Bard!) When I was a child I didn't know any women of the older generation who dyed their hair; you became middle-aged, you went grey, it was as simple as that. By the time I was a teenager in ...
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To Dye - or Not to Dye - That is the Question  (Apologies to The Bard!) When I was a child I didn't know any women of the older generation who dyed their hair; you became middle-aged, you went grey, it was as simple as that. By the time I was a teenager in ...
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To Dye - or Not to Dye - That is the Question  (Apologies to The Bard!) When I was a child I didn't know any women of the older generation who dyed their hair; you became middle-aged, you went grey, it was as simple as that. By the time I was a teenager in ...
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'Knowledge is Power' - The Victoria Gallery & Museum, Liverpool The closure of many public libraries is currently a contentious issue, widely discussed in the media, so what better time to visit the Victoria Gallery's exhibition 'Knowledge is Power' and dis...
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Reader's Digest 100 Word Story Competition 2016
As last year's winner, and as the deadline for this year's competition draws ever closer, I would like to wish everyone who enters, the very best of luck. My winning story was inspired by a painting by a Victorian artist, L C Henley, which depicts a young w...
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An Hispanic Liverpool Heritage Walk
On Tuesday, 29th December, Dr Kirsty Hooper of the Hispanic Liverpool Project - www.hispanicliverpool.org - arranged a meeting at the Baltic Fleet pub so that members of the group could catch up on the latest developments, pore over maps, and generally chat...
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