Monthly Archives: July 2012

British Red Cross Abergele-based digital storytelling project

Gofal is Welsh for care and it’s also the name of the initiative the British Red Cross gives to its digital storytelling and befriending project for older people in north Wales. The British Red Cross says “volunteers visit vulnerable older … Continue reading

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Colour postcard c1932 Pensarn Beach

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Britain from Above

There’s a new website that looks fascinating. It’s the digitised archive of aeriel photos of British towns by the Royal Commission. Here’s a gem from Britain from Above. Notice the allotments (!!) in Parc Gele at the bottom of the … Continue reading

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