Again it is September! /It seems so strange that I who made no vows/Should sit here desolate this golden weather /And wistfully remember—
A mostly cloudy day with outbreaks of rain or drizzle, heavy at first. The rain becoming lighter and patchy through the afternoon, with some brighter spells for a time across Orkney, then for Shetland later. Strong southwesterly winds. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
“The book begins with a history of brewing; I did feel that more might have been made of the distinction between Real Ale and cask-conditioned beer, particularly since the CAMRA revolution is often quoted as the most successful consumer protest of modern times. From there it goes on to a history of the public house”
“Scotland is one of the world’s most important games development clusters. It’s home to world leading and successful studios, including Rockstar, as well as over 2,300 creative staff in 162 studios. ” Dr Richard Wilson OBE, TIGA CEO
A celebration of our rural post boxes
The Jewish Dignitaries were attacked by the crowd of well wishers, or mob might be a better description. What happened next was horror upon horror as Jewish homes in London were attacked and set on fire. Those who did not die in the flames were slaughtered as they attempted to escape
A dry and bright morning with some good spells of sunshine around. The sunshine becomes increasingly hazy through the afternoon as cloud thickens from the west. Freshening southerly winds. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
LEAF, a programme from the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), advocates outdoor learning and hands-on experiences, resulting in pupils gaining a deeper and more involved understanding of the natural world.
Kit Laveri plays Goddess of the Wind Zephyra, who whisks engineers James Watt (Stuart Falconer) and Archimedes (Harrison MacNeill) through space and time to an offshore wind turbine. Much debate ensues with a live experiment for audience members to design and test their own floating wind turbine.
Walking from the Bu to Breck.