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The village where the women are still in charge

Nearly 100 years ago the long-defunct Westminster Gazette told its readers about a village “run by women”. The village in question was Lawford, which adjoins…
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The tower block residents who want their old cladding back

Housing providers up and down the country have been removing potentially dangerous cladding in the aftermath of the Grenfell disaster which left 72 people dead.…
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Why are old post boxes suddenly vanishing?

There are more than 100,000 post boxes across the UK. But in recent weeks, villages across East Anglia have reported their post boxes missing. Why?…
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What do the new inflation figures mean for those already struggling to make ends meet?

New figures show that soaring food costs and the energy bill crisis are driving up prices at their fastest rate in almost 30 years, squeezing…
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The hamlet that has all but disappeared

Once home to a small but thriving community of 11 families. the tiny hamlet of Berney Arms today lies empty but for an unused pub,…
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The Eerie Emptiness of our lockdown spaces

England is home to countless indoor and outdoor public spaces which are usually teeming with life and visitors. I visited a number of them for…
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Atlantico at Sunset off Cadiz, Spain

A sweep shot using the Fuji X100S of the Atlantic during a terrific sunset near Cadiz, Spain. You might be interested in visiting the print…
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April in Cadiz

The ancient port city of Cadiz is a jewel of an ancient city that keeps watch out over the Atlantic. No, seriously, it takes watching…
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Shafts of Light, Holland on Sea

Taken on an otherwise overcast day in Holland on Sea, Essex. The turbines on which some of the light falls are the Gunfleet Sands array, a…