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All about Roofs. There are quite a few

Posted on: May 11, 2020

You might think that there is only one type of roof available. It’s not a surprising thought as the most traditional type is that of good old fashioned Slate. However, there are lots of other varieties to be found out there and here are just a few from the past…

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Commons renovation problems for homeowners

Posted on: May 7, 2020

A common problem homeowners face is going over timetable or budget or both on the renovation project. When building or refurbishing a property, it can be too easy to miss the schedule or end up spending far too much money. So, why does it happen? Planning permission – Usually when…

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How to wear head to toe white

Posted on: May 6, 2020

Wearing all white can be a scary prospect, but when the sun comes out and with the right styling, it can be a great, fashion-forward choice. Image Credit A completely white outfit will leave you looking and feeling cool throughout the day and night as well as having your turning…

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When a Conqueror came to Gloucester

Posted on: May 2, 2020

When looking for Park Homes for Sale in Gloucestershire such as those available at http://www.parkhomelife.com/our-parks/orchard-park/ you will be walking through the landscapes of a city that has great historical connections. Image Credit Following on from the great fort that was built in Gloucester during the Roman times, the Middle Ages…

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Interesting facts about drains

Posted on: April 30, 2020

Experts know their drains! They spend a lot of time clearing out blockages and sorting them out. They are familiar with underground drains, toilet pipes, bathtub drains, showers, sinks and floor drains … to name just a few. Most of us do not think about drains and what they do…

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The Success Story of the British Otters

Posted on: April 28, 2020

During the 1970s, one of the most beloved mammal’s native to the UK, the otter, was facing extinction. Otter numbers had become very low, and there were fears that these endearing creatures were about to be lost for good from British waterways. Image Credit During the 1960s, the use of…

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The history and application of the Chevron.

Posted on: April 24, 2020

One of the most dramatic and striking designs is that of the chevron. The shae comes from Heraldry but it has proved to be a most effective road safety measure as can be seen by road signs indicationing the sharpness of bends and for van identification. For example Chevron Kits…

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Quintessential, English Villages in the Cotswolds

Posted on: April 23, 2020

Chocolate-box cottages set within the historic villages of the Cotswolds, hidden amongst the idyllic trees and fields of this beautiful countryside. Villages with names synonymous with picturesque dry-stone walls, clear, babbling streams, historic churches and cobbled streets. These quaint, little homes are beautifully preserved by their owners and lovingly restored…

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An Amazing Spa break with bed, breakfast and evening meal.

Posted on: April 22, 2020

Feeling stressed and worn out, life getting you down and work becoming a daily grind?  Have you ever contemplated the idea of a weekend away at a luxurious Spa hotel?  Think about it for a moment, a beautiful, secluded Hotel, located somewhere in the countryside within stunning, glorious grounds.  A…

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How to make coloured glass

Posted on: April 22, 2020

You can probably immediately think of items of coloured glass you have seen such as green beer bottles or cobalt blue tincture bottles. However, have you ever tried to figure out how this glass is made? A number of materials are commonly used for glass colours, including cobalt, lead, uranium,…

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