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Friday, 30 April 2010

Sunday, 25 April 2010

ANZAC DAY TODAY.

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Some of my pictures from the close of the day ceremony at the Australian National War Memorial in Canberra.
It is a shrine to those Australians who fought for their country, more than 102,000 dying in various conflicts, many on foreign soil. 

Saturday, 24 April 2010

The South West Memorial for Road Peace in Bath.

The new Road Peace regional memorial is lowered into place in the little park in Lower Borough Walls today.
The official unveiling is at 11am on Saturday 22nd of May.
  Pat Scott directs the crane.
Easy does it Richard Sanki help guide the memorial into place.
 Bath Chronicle Head of Photography Kevin Bates 
explains where to stand.
 Local member Barbara Davies and Chairman Richard Sanki.

Saturday, 17 April 2010

Famous Five Party.

It was Tabitha’s seventh birthday party today, so we organised a Famous Five event.
Loads of hidden clues to find around the village and a walk through a dark damp tunnel accompanied by a dog (Paddy not Timmy) finally finding the treasure chest filled with party bags.
At tea most of the ginger beer was drunk by the adults.

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Work underway on the Two Tunnels Scheme.

 Work is well underway to open the North end of Devonshire Tunnel that goes under the Wells road as part of the Two Tunnels scheme to make a cycle/walking path to Tucking Mill.
The North end of the tunnel was buried and a large amount of earth has been moved to give access.
The tunnel shortly after being abandoned.
 Campaigners at the Tucking Mill end of the Tunnel in 2006.

Thursday, 8 April 2010

Friday, 2 April 2010

FIRST OF APRIL, AND THE HORSES MOVE FIELD

 First of April time to move fields and stand and sniff the air, chase around and roll in the fresh green grass.