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The Phoenix – A Magnificent Bird Arising from the Ashes of it Former Self

Last night, both my brother and I set out ten chairs in the meeting room of Darwin Hall, Lichfield. As we did this, I had a heart to heart discussion with him saying that if five or fewer people attended, … Continue reading

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I have arranged a meeting on Friday 27 September 2013 @ 7:30pm so we can discuss how we can together save this magnificent building and Cornish beam engine for the benefit of the wider community. The meeting will take place … Continue reading

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Mr Edward Adams, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and a myth

People build a sense of themselves, and of their place in the world, through the construction of narratives and the passing on of stories attached to pictures, artefacts and rituals. I have been working on this redundant waterworks for over … Continue reading

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