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On this day 80 years ago, 16th November 1943, the villagers of Tyneham near Lulworth was evacuated to allow Allied military forces to prepare for D-Day. Despite promises that the evacuation was temporary, the UK lurched directly from the second … Continue reading
Originally the title for this post was to be “Why a Morris organisation should adopt social media (and why they probably won’t)”, with what is now the title being reduced to the rank of a subtitle. Then I remembered that … Continue reading
People who’ve seen me play music more than once will probably have noticed more than a slight sense of a pattern – give me a fiddle (or if you’re really unlucky then I’ll bring my own), and I play English … Continue reading
It’s usually considered a good idea to keep a blog focused on exactly one subject. Sod that for a game of soldiers! This one’s all about music. Steph, who is a very good musician and knows what she’s talking about, … Continue reading
About nine and a half years ago, a sixteen-year-old gadget boy in Weymouth made a simple mistake. Given the already near-complete shift of the music industry from the cassette tape to the Philips compact disc, and the superior portability and … Continue reading