11 November, at the 11th hour, we pause and remember those who gave their lives during conflicts. The cenotaph, meaning ‘empty tomb’, provides a focal point to pay respect to the men and women who gave their lives and to lay wreaths on behalf of families, organisations and armed forces. London’s cenotaph was originally made… Continue reading
Up and out early this morning at at the County Library for 9am! Almost had the place to myself. Although the section on local studies wasn’t large, there was sufficient information for my initial research. But, good to see a full section on genealogy!
A new academic year is about to begin, time really does fly doesn’t it? Year 2 of my MSc course, the diploma year, will commence this week with projects, assignments, lectures and additional CPD, so busy times ahead. With this in mind its time to get organised. Here’s what I’ve done so far: Downloaded all… Continue reading