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Xmas 2006 (Password is our housename)
Steve & Emma, Jo & Doug and all four grandchildren, plus some winter pictures.
Album was created 12 years 5 months ago and modified 12 years ago
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Antiques Road Show
The UK's BBC TV service runs a "roadshow" all about antiques and the public are invited to bring along items for a free valuation.
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Prize giving 2007
Herefordshire Short Mat Bowls Association.
Album was created 12 years 2 months ago and modified 12 years 2 months ago
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Indoor bowls
In my case, Short Mat indoor bowls.
A nationally supported sport played on a mat 45ft long so that it fits the village halls around the countryside.
http://www.esmba.org.uk/
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An English Village
Just an ordinary village in the West of England, the border country between England and Wales.
Exif data is wrong - all taken with a Canon Eos300 and 30-90-mm zoom
Album was created 12 years 9 months ago and modified 12 years 9 months ago
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The City of Hereford
In Herefordshire, in the West of England on the border with Wales.
Exif data is wrong - all taken with a Canon Eos300 and 30-90-mm zoom
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Coastal UK
Anywhere on the coast of the UK
Album was created 12 years 11 months ago and modified 12 years 11 months ago
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Trent & Mersey canal
Abbreviated to the "T&M"
Joining Liverpool on the West coast with Kingston Upon Hull on the East coast by connecting the River Mersey with the River Trent at Nottingham. As well as bringing raw materials into and taking manufactured goods out from the steel and potteries towns of Staffordshire, the canal formed a 'Main Line' across the country and allowed many other canals to link together into an interconnected system.
Album was created 13 years 5 months ago and modified 13 years 1 month ago
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