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Duelling Banjos by the Legendary Drew Millin at the Hole in the Wall, Torquay
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On Sun, 01st Mar 15, TheWizard wrote
last Friday in January. Brilliant despite the Noisy Riff Raff :-) bfNo

Mr Spock RIP
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On Fri, 27th Feb 15, MatthewCollins wrote
Live long and prosper you said Now the Vulcan is gone and dead Brighter than the stars where you went Now in the stars you frequent On the exterior calm and cool Never to be taken for a fool But a friend of all the crew You took out minds to places...

The WIlderness Inside
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On Thu, 26th Feb 15, Geoparkartist wrote
It's rural, green and hilly my part of Devon, England. As well as badgers, buzzards and hedgehogs there are many farm animals and pets. The weather can be wild on the bumpy highlands of Dartmoor National Park. And along the windy seacoast sea- foam...

The last days of the local newspaper?
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On Thu, 26th Feb 15, Reynard wrote
Local newspaper sales continue to decline. According to new figures just released by ABC, all of Britain's paid-for regional daily newspapers saw their circulation decline in the second half of 2014. It's almost the same picture in weekly...

Leeds City Stompers 2nd attempt
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On Sun, 22nd Feb 15, MatthewCollins wrote
Okay, hopefully this one will work. This band are well worth a look at! Nkse_ql qI

Leeds City Stompers
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On Sun, 22nd Feb 15, MatthewCollins wrote
Whilst walking through Leeds city centre I came across a group of young musicians getting ready to play, the thing that first caught my eye was that they all looked clean and smart, not your usual street buskers at all. When they started to play...

The Curtain Falls
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On Sun, 22nd Feb 15, TheGreatVisionar wrote
Hi Guys, Just a little bit of fun. Please comment with what you think the character Susie is saying to Jack in this photo. Or vice versa.

A Sign
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On Thu, 19th Feb 15, Talisman wrote
This is a sign that I saw in an estate agents window as I walked into work this morning, that I thought was rather good: A house is made of bricks and beams. A home is made of love and dreams. I haven't a clue who wrote it, but I liked...

Death Daily, next please...
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On Fri, 13th Feb 15, Hoodie wrote
Recently in an interview Stephen Fry stated he doesn't want to recognise a god, in a world where bad things happen. Babies getting cancer, incurable diseases, unpredictable events of nature etc. Im sure he's got a point but it made me think, well,...

A pop-up shelter
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On Mon, 09th Feb 15, Geoparkartist wrote
Last night out in the wilderness off the beaten track; with a happy soundtrack of cowbells and frogs. And tonight we'll sleep under the natural canopy of the Forest of "Oca" (Forest of the goose). "D'ya think we're MAD? " I say as we head off...

He Never Listens
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On Wed, 04th Feb 15, Talisman wrote
It's like, the fiddler with a dry skin elbow Oh! The horror of it all No strings to his bow Like Robin Hood on his worst day Under a full-fat milk, cheesy moon Barking up at it with muted glee Jealous of the baker, with all his fingers Even...

Adoption and it's consequences
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On Sun, 01st Feb 15, MatthewCollins wrote
Can you imagine just for a short time just what it is like to be adopted? The question has to be, "Who am I" or "Where did I come from?" If I may, I would like to recommend a book to you called "Searching for Simon" written by first time author...

THHN Charity Variety Show Update !
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On Sun, 01st Feb 15, BobsBiz wrote
THHN (Torbay Holiday Helpers Network) is a charity organisation which is a network of hotels, accommodation providers, tourist attractions and businesses who are all committed to helping give away free fun filled holidays, to families who have...

New website !
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On Sun, 01st Feb 15, LouiesGems wrote
We have a new website ! It's full of great gift ideas and last year we started stocking religious gifts for confirmation, first Holy Communion and these have proved to be so popular especially on our website. Espree jewellery continues to be...

The Beautiful people,Brazillians and Kelly. Tales from the Camino
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On Thu, 22nd Jan 15, Geoparkartist wrote
Belleza!!'' Our eyes open to four pairs of walking boots, eight pairs of black thermal legs topped by shorts. Erphff'' Too many people, too close, too early. Windmills thrum in my head. I plunk my face back down into dew. '' It's the...

Close your eyes and picture me
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On Fri, 16th Jan 15, CTaylor wrote
Close your eyes, and picture me. (A poem I wrote some time ago, infact I was in the care home when I wrote this. Using my empathetic mind, whilst sat in a chair watching the old folks. I imagined as best what I would feel. Hopefully you find the...

In answer to Market T rader,.
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On Tue, 13th Jan 15, MamaP wrote
I have left a comment on your post but not sure what is happening as it's been uploading for the past 45 mins. Getting colder, make sure you tuck your vest in your knickers!! Will try again

Market trader
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On Fri, 09th Jan 15, Jilly wrote
The ice cold winds of winter chill me to the bone and yet still I stand behind my market stall and wait for the customers to arrive day after day. It's not the easiest life or the easiest way to make money but I love what I do and I love the banter...

Rudyard Kipling's Young British Soldier
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On Wed, 07th Jan 15, Reynard wrote
When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains, And the women come out to cut up what remains, Jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains An' go to your Gawd like a soldier.'' Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was one of the Britain's most...

This is an extract from...
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On Tue, 30th Dec 14, CTaylor wrote
This is an extract from something I am working on at the moment, I thought I would share it with you! Just breath, I heard her whisper the words as if it was my own conscience. Only it wasn't my breathing that was a cause for concern it was the...

Flirting with Fascism: the far right in Torquay
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On Sun, 28th Dec 14, Reynard wrote
Fascism is an effort to mechanise humanity and cause men and women to become no more than cogs in a machine. Nazism and Fascism will lead us back to the condition of things which existed in the Dark Ages.'' Torquay's Henry Purkis in 1936 ...

Napoleon's Torbay Baby
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On Tue, 23rd Dec 14, Reynard wrote
After Napoleon was captured following the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 he was held on the warship HMS Bellerophon, nicknamed Billy Ruffian, in Torbay for two days. Upon his first sight of the Bay the former Emperor has been quoted as exclaiming "Quel...

Worrying times ahead if.....
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On Tue, 23rd Dec 14, Gary1957 wrote
Once again a few incidents with some deranged Muslims have taken place. This time in Sydney-Australia and just recently in France and New York. It shows us again that the focus on widespread Immigration issues must be taken more seriously in the...

Christmas time , peace to you all
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On Sun, 21st Dec 14, MatthewCollins wrote
We are increasingly living in painful times. No matter what your race or religion there always seems to be some bugger out there who is looking for wealth and power and not caring who the hell that they crush beneath their great big feet. Let's all...

Merry Christmas
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On Sun, 21st Dec 14, Talisman wrote
I just want to wish all the readers and writers a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Keep it up. As the nun said to the vicar.

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