One viewer penned: 'Oh how much I would love a beautiful little Hobbit house like that in my garden! What astonishing skill from both Dads & such a gorgeous house for Thomas & Delilah to grow up in. I loved my Wendy house.... let alone that! Wow - just stunning.' … [Read more...] about Man and his dad wow viewers by building a ‘magical’ Hobbit house for £479 from old logs on George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces – featuring a tree at its heart and a blackboard that turns into a bed
Gateways of the 3 fold nature of man
BLAKEMORE Bentley, WV13 2RN BLAKEMORE Brumby Corner, DN16 2AW BLAKEMORE Elton, CH2 4LU BLAKEMORE Greater Leys, OX4 7EX BLAKEMORE Laceby, DN37 7LG BLAKEMORE Leegomery, TF1 6FQ BLAKEMORE Louth, LN11 0WA BLAKEMORE Newbold, S41 8QN BLAKEMORE Raunds, NN9 6HS BLAKEMORE South Woodham, CM3 5JT BLAKEMORE Staplehurst, TN12 0LA BLAKEMORE Thurcroft, S66 9LA BLAKEMORE Upton, CH2 1JF EURO … [Read more...] about What’s made it onto Greggs restricted menu as it reopens 800 branches today
This is not the case with the new coronavirus, according to a much-noticed study commissioned by government of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The study is now serving as the basis for a rapid and comprehensive return to normal operations in daycare centres and schools, provided that hygiene standards and distancing rules are observed. … [Read more...] about Why do more men die from COVID-19?
As recently as 15 years ago Cádiz was a dodgy place, known more for drugs and prostitution than tapas and boutique hotels. Things have changed a lot, but not to the extent that tourism pushes locals’ lives to the margins. Just minutes from the cathedral square the narrow streets are home to low-key bars and greengrocers, and a historic covered market dealing mainly in fish and seafood such as oysters dredged that morning. The sea views from parks and tree-filled squares loud with birdsong are simple pleasures, but don’t miss sights such as the oldest Roman amphitheatre in Spain (entrance on Calle Meson, free); two fortresses, San Sebastián and Santa Catalina, flanking La Caleta with art exhibitions and great views back to the city; and the Beaterio catacombs (€6) for a sobering view of Cádiz life and death in centuries past. … [Read more...] about Cities by the sea: six great beach towns in Europe
The brilliant wheeze of hiking up rail fares - already the highest in Europe - is hardly calculated to win back the affections of hard-pressed commuters, while the plan to concrete over our precious Green Belt - this at a time when millions of acres of empty office space is already going begging - seems nicely calculated to destroy Tory majorities in its natural seats in the suburbs and shires. … [Read more...] about So, what price the ‘loonies, fruitcakes and racists’ of UKIP now, Dave?