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Newbiggin-by-the-Sea in Northumberland has been singled out for the price of its properties in a list produced by the Halifax bank with an average house price of £83,760.The bank’s study found that a would-be buyer could snap up seven houses at Newbiggin for the price of one in Britain’s most expensive seaside community.He found that "this pictorial account of the day-to-day life of an English gamekeeper is full of considerable interest to outdoor-minded readers".However, "one is obliged to wade through many pages of extraneous material in order to discover and savour those sidelights on the management of a Midlands shooting estate, and in this reviewer's opinion the book cannot take the place of JR Miller's Practical Gamekeeping." That reviewer, by the way, was Ed Zern: a noted wit, with tongue securely wedged in cheek.Professor Steven Fielding – director of the Centre for British Politics at Nottingham University – points in a recent article to the radical context of the original books: "The first Poldark novel was published in 1945, the year Britain elected a Labour government intent on building a more egalitarian society.Graham's work was shaped by that context." Fielding even sees the maid-marrying hero as "a kind of 18th-century Robin Hood" whose "romantic life echoes his ambiguous place in the social order". The hero was instead a One Nation figure, a man of elevated birth who considered he had responsibilities to look after his tenants and workers." True to his rank and time, Ross also risks status and security in order to seek quick profits from the mineral wealth – in this case, copper – secreted beneath his stony land.Withdrawal came in May 1962 and it was cut up by Cashmores Newport in December of that year.A couple of photographs and the Bill Peto history sheet accompanies.

The land owner is far from sympathetic to old vehicles or preservationists & seems hell bent on clearing the yard at all costs even if it means breaking the law.Worksplate, The English Electric Co Ltd., Vulcan Works, Newton-Le-Willows, England No 3421/D879, 1963. Photographs, approx 2000 predominantly b/w of various sizes, all belonged to the late JR Carter, Patricroft Driver and lineside photographer.03/06/17 Silver Star I am Eddie Shergolds grandson and I would like to take his great grandson to see his buses at rallies around the south coast.Tricorn hat tipped to the droll Mr Zern, we can still hope that Debbie Horsfield's dramatisation might stir a flutter of historical curiosity about the past of its lovely locations.Late 18th-century mining history has seldom looked so picturesque or felt more suspenseful, even if the stand-offs of feuding Poldarks and nouveau-riche Warleggans serve mainly as a mood-altering counterpoint to the romance.FYG 663J which was new to Wigmore of Dinnington, is the only known survivor of a Willowbrook bodied VAL & as such will be a great loss to preservation if its been lost.