Category Archives: History

The River Seine and good reason to celebrate.

It’s hard to believe it was two weeks since our last blog .. in between of course Stewart has started his Radio Endellion podcasts  which we hope you’re all enjoying. Since the last blog we have travelled a further 145 … Continue reading

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Tunnels, deep locks and the Australian 2nd Division memorial

We had a fantastic long week in Wambrechies .. a place we hope to return to again some time, we love it so much. Before we left on Tuesday 5th October we had more entertainment provided unexpectedly – often seems … Continue reading

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We have a new section on our blog: History

Stewart has for many years been extremely interested in the history of this region, Belgium and northern France, and has traced fascinating records about several family members who served in WWI, and remembers well the words of his Grandfather: “the mud”. On this … Continue reading

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