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The Hiroshima Peace Flame

The Hiroshima Peace Flame was lit from the atomic fires of Hiroshima in 1945 and has been kept burning ever since as a symbol of remembrance, forgiveness, healing, transformation and ultimately, Unity. It was lit from the burning embers of the explosion which killed approximately 140,000 people on 6th August 1945, by a grandmother who Read more …

19th Vale of Avalon Vintage Road Run photos

19th Vale of Avalon Vintage Road Run photos

A really diverse set of vehicles set off for this year’s run. We managed to capture just a small selection:      

‘Beat the Borough’ Challenge

Beating the Bounds is an ancient tradition in which a group of old and young members of the community would walk the boundaries of the parish, usually led by the parish priest and church officials, to share the knowledge of where they lay, and to pray for protection and blessings for the lands. For full Read more …

More Glastonbury Olympic Torch Relay Pics

More Glastonbury Olympic Torch Relay Pics

   

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Pilgrims Magnolia – Spring 2011

Starlings at Shapwick Heath 8th March 2011

Starlings at Shapwick Heath 8th March 2011

Shapwick Heath February 11th 2011 (8)

Starlings at Shapwick Heath February 11th 2011

Sunset photos January 8th 2010

Sunset photos January 8th 2010

Somerset Levels and Moors

Glastonbury’s history and┬álegends┬ámust be seen in terms of its isolated within The Somerset Levels (or the Somerset Levels and Moors as they are called less commonly but more correctly). This is a sparsely populated coastal plain and wetland area of central Somerset, England, between the Quantock and Mendip hills, a must-see for all visitors to Read more …