Monthly Archives: February 2015

Archbishop Welby

Archbishop Justin Welby (105th. so far)  comes to Birmingham. This is important in his direction of the Church where the values of diversity are constantly under challenge. He spoke well to a crowd of people in the Banqueting suite and … Continue reading

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Barley sees the sea.

Here we have a very excited dog. I took a video of this and managed to put it on the email system. Shows how much it has improved. Barley is not afraid of the waves, but has to be reminded not … Continue reading

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David Cameron shares Joke!

Here we see the PM who has come down to support the hard work being done by Rachel Maclean. He has a great sense of humour, and shared jokes which I cannot repeat. A visit to Northfield is always welcome, … Continue reading

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Avro 558

I am given a beautiful propeller which is off a “Douglas” engine, from a tenant who is leaving. This will look good on the wall, but it was worth investigating. Google and wikipaedia cannot help, but I remember a company … Continue reading

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Bellfield (Infants) Governor’s Meeting

An almost informal gathering, but here is the new Chairman, Dave Tubby. A great lad, whom I was able to second into post. He is the Baptist Minister in Northfield, and a fine  leader for the school.

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Northfield Baths

The threat to Northfield Baths continues apace. I believe that we have scotched the move to Longbridge, as there has been an application to make the site intended into a car park. We want the price’s square alternative investigated as … Continue reading

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William Hague

Brilliant speech by William. When asked to question, I recalled the memorial in St. Philips Cathedral green to the fallen at Alma and Balaclava. I suggested that as we had beaten the Russians under Tsar Nicholas I and taken the Crimea, it … Continue reading

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