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A selection of un-published articles

Roman Baths

Bath, Somerset, is home to the well-preserved Roman Baths complex comprising of the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House itself and the Museum. Although the baths are beneath street level the building above which is used as … Continue reading

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Hayfever: A Pain in the Grass

Winter often means rain, sometimes snow, but always cold conditions. Throughout the Winter months one is prone to catching a cold or flu like symptoms. A runny nose, sore throat, a temperature – just generally feeling under the weather. Now … Continue reading

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Dracula Vs. Blacula

Both feed off the blood of the living and do not die with the passing of time. Both can change form and have the strength of many men. But who is the most powerful? Which monster would you least like … Continue reading

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Triumph over tragedy

A TRAGEDY is publicised near enough everyday in the news. Murder, poverty and a general lack of kindness in this world can be seen and read via many different devices. But I’ve noticed more than ever recently the use of … Continue reading

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“Shazam!” : tales of my comic book reading so far in 2013

So far, 2013 has been pretty action packed. I’ve kept myself extremely busy since finishing university. But I have made time to read more comic books than I ever have done before. And it’s only April! In this short time … Continue reading

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Celebrating 40 years of the mobile phone

On the 3 April 1973, Martin Cooper, an employee at Motorola, made the world’s first call using a mobile phone. Today, there are almost just as many phone subscriptions as there are people. And according to experts the two most … Continue reading

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World Book Day: a celebration of reading

World Book Day is a day when some of our favourite authors, illustrators, and books are celebrated. In a nutshell, World Book Day is a celebration of reading. Today, people up and down the land picked up their favourite book, a new book or … Continue reading

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