The Outdoor Library Of Hay-On-Wye In Wales



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I’ve never seen so many book shops in one town. This was hay-on-wye. Hay-on-Wye, often abbreviated to just “Hay”, is a small market town and community in the historic county of Brecknockshire in Wales, currently administered as part of the unitary authority of Powys

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we're in hey on why which is a little Welsh town and we're just stopping here before going to your load of waterfalls no before going to the eland Valley and there's meant to be a wall full of books here which is quite famous castles closed for renovation this is all the books so I think the idea yeah is you put a pound in the box and you just take a look see what books we've confined here pop quiz back it's a quite a good one could be a guide for drug manufacturing advantage household hints you have to become debt-free it could be a useful one what I'd understand though surely when it rains the rain comes down there and makes all the books wet it's quite windy as well I don't know what's this and some boxes of magazines here as well don't know what they are and then communication [Applause] an interesting idea but they're not in any sort of order so not categorized or alphabet sized so it's quite hard to find a book you won the babes Bible I don't know it's a shame we can't burn the castle over there because that would have been quite nice to see but it's closed for renovations the camera seems to be working even though it got soaked with seawater yesterday trying to get a good shot of the waves crashing on the pier and a wave crashed over the whole camera soaked the lens but pretty good slowly your cameras are pretty well made because it still works I'm quite sure where we're going next I think probably the Elan Valley and why the drying we'll take some photos there this is the honesty bookshop honesty bookshop in Heian why I've also found a little Welsh market yeah and I think it's market day today's Thursday I'm not sure if it's a market every day but there's loads of book shops hey on why book sellers there was another one back there at the free book shop and then another one loads of book shops here

The Waterfront, Sovereign Harbour ,Eastbourne, E.Sussex. 02.06.18 7.30 PM



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Gutfeld on the culturally appropriated prom dress



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Teen accused of cultural appropriation after wearing Chinese-style prom dress.

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Places to see in ( Stevenage – UK )



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Places to see in ( Stevenage – UK )

Stevenage is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, England. Stevenage is situated to the east of junctions 7 and 8 of the A1, and is between Letchworth Garden City to the north, and Welwyn Garden City to the south.

Stevenage is roughly 32.9 miles (50 km) north of central London. Two films were set in and around Stevenage, Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush and Boston Kickout. Spy Game was partly filmed in Stevenage but set in Washington, D.C.. The 1959 film Serious Charge was also filmed in Stevenage.

A small community arts centre is located in the Roaring Meg Retail Park. The Boxfield and Foyer Gallery is situated in the Gordon Craig Theatre, which forms part of the large central Leisure Centre. Stevenage Museum is located under the St. Andrew and St. George’s church on St George’s Way.

A distinctive feature of Stevenage is its urban landscape. It has many roundabouts, few traffic lights, a network of completely segregated cycleways, and some of the tallest street lights in Britain. Stevenage is served by the A1(M) motorway. The old Great North Road passes through the centre of the town, and the High Street in the Old Town has several pubs that were coaching inns on this road; it is mostly now classified as the B197. Stevenage is also served by the A602, connecting the town to Hitchin, Watton-at-Stone, Hertford and Ware.

Buses within and to outside the town are provided by several operators, the main within the town being Arriva The Shires. Other operators include Centrebus, Uno, and Cozy Travel. The town is served by Stevenage railway station on the East Coast Main Line, and has regular commuter services to London and Cambridge, as well as connections to the North and Scotland.

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Here & Now for Friday 5 May 2017



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Psychosis: Bending Reality to See Around the Corners | Paul Fletcher | TEDxCambridgeUniversity



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Psychosis is a highly misunderstood condition. In this talk, Paul illustrates the condition’s complexity, taking apart how our brains perceive reality by reinventing illusions around us. If perception is just a form of controlled hallucination, what does that make hallucination?

Paul Fletcher is the Bernard Wolfe Professor of Health Neuroscience at the Department of Psychiatry in Cambridge, and works at the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute.

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10 most beautiful Places to Live in Virginia | Us Historians



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Best Places to Live in Virginia
When it comes to the best places to live in the United States, expect to find Virginia among the top contenders.

The Mother of Presidents is known for its scenic natural landscape, as most states around the mid-Atlantic area, temperate climate, vast cultural diversity and more.

This is one of those all-inclusive states that remain appealing to everyone – the young and old, parents and their kids, millennials and retirees; most of the roads in Virginia lead to satisfaction.

Virginia has the 11th highest per-capita income in America, and it homes four of the 10 wealthiest U.S. counties: Loudoun County, Falls Church City and Fairfax County (scooped first three positions based on survey by Code Black Group), as well as Arlington County (No. 7).

It is full of fun things to do for everyone, Virginia, and its public schools floor those in 42 states, not counting D.C. Healthcare is a big deal in this state, and there is significant opportunity for economic growth, with plenty of jobs for anyone interested in working for the federal government.

There is a reason they say this is a place for lovers. Lovers of life.

But even in the highly livable Old Dominion, there are towns and cities that outshine the rest.

In this list of 10 best places to live in Virginia, we reveal the places where it’s mostly sunshine and rainbows, basing our arguments on the aforementioned factors.

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Hedgefield Apartments, Culduthel Road, Inverness



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Walking shoulder to shoulder – Lady Mohini Kent Noon, Walk of Unity and Hope, London, June 2019



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From a unity perspective, we see that divisions and limitations are all in our minds.

Hear Lady Mohini talk about our unity and practical ways and solutions to bringing peace into our lives and the lives of others.

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On 18 June 2019, around 50 people gathered with spiritual guide, social reformer and educationist Sri M, cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist and author Dr Jude Currivan, Lord Stone of Blackheath and author and Lady Mohini Kent Noon to visit different places of worship, places of faith and no faith, to celebrate the unity of us all in our unique diversity. Uniting Sri M’s yogic inner-transformation expertise with Dr. Jude Currivan’s science of unity we can learn to come into harmony in both our inner and outer worlds and spread this peace and hope to all around us, a powerful message that we’re all connected, we’re all one.

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St Alkmund's Church Whitchurch North Shropshire



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St Alkmund’s Church Whitchurch North Shropshire. The present church is the fourth to have been built on the site. The first Anglo Saxon church built around 900ad was replaced by a church built of white Grinshill stone and is thought to be the origin of the name Whitchurch (Whitechurch). Photography/original music by Neil G.

Oakwood theme park (Season 2) 12th july (school trip)-13th july



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Vintage Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service….. Small Fire in old Revetts bike shop, Ipswich 2002



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I do occasionally take video at jobs! One evening in summer 2002, Fire Control took calls to smoke issuing from the derelict Revetts Motorbike Shop on Norwich Road, Ipswich. Headquarters 01 pump, 07 Turntable Ladder and both Princes Street pumps responded. Bit of footage taken on the evening….

DARLENE LOVE STEVEN VAN ZANDT Still Too Soon to Know/Just Another Lonely Mile



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Paramount Theater, Asbury Park NJ, September 12, 2015
Still to Soon to Know duet Steve and Darlene, gift from Elvis Costello/
Just Another Lonely Mile, gift from Bruce Springsteen
Introducing Darlene Love cd release concert with Steven Van Zandt

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Quarry Tile Kitchen Floor Restoration Cheshire



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Quarry Tiled Kitchen Floor Hidden Under Screed Restored in Mobberley

We were asked to take a look at restoring a Red and Black Quarry tiled kitchen floor that at some time in the past had been covered in a floor levelling screed. The house was in the old village of Mobberly on the East side of Cheshire and was undergoing significant renovation works. The compound was up to one inch thick in places and underneath the screen was a lovely red and black quarry tiled floor that was just about visible in the thinner parts of the screed. The owner was keen to understand if they could be restored.

After inspecting the floor, I offered to do a test clean and given the state of the floor decided to tackle it with a strong batch of tile doctor remove and go mixed 50/50 with Tile Doctor HBU Remover. This was applied to the floor, left to soak for ten minutes and then scrubbed in. The process was successful and demonstrated the screed could be removed and tiles cleaned and so we were booked into to do the job a couple of weeks later.

Cleaning a Quarry Tiled Floor Hidden Under Screed

On our return to the property I took a couple of photographs before we began removing the screed.

I then setup about removing the screed starting with the application of a fresh batch of Tile Doctor Remove and Go mixed 50:50 with HBU Remover. HBU stands for Heavy Build-Up and therefore just the thing for this floor. The solution was applied to the floor and left to soak in for some time. This had the action of softening the floor levelling screed and we were able to remove it using a combination of wallpaper steamer and scrapers taking care not to scratch the quarry tiles. In some of the more stubborn areas the floor was covered in a plastic sheet and the solution left to sweat into the screed overnight to soften it further.

When all the screed was removed we washed the tile and grout down with Tile Doctor Pro-Clean worked in with a rotary buffing machine fitted with a black scrubbing pad. This brought out the ingrained dirt which was rinsed away with water and then extracted off the floor using a wet vacuum.

With the screed removed it revealed a couple of areas where the floor tiles had become lose and would need rebuilding, both areas were near doorways so I suspect past home improvement work had cause the tiles to lift.

We were able to re-use all of the tiles and after rebuilding the subfloor they were laid and grouted in.

Sealing a Quarry Tiled Floor

With the floor now clean and lose tiles re-laid the next day we moved onto to the final job of sealing the Quarry tiles. First checking to ensure the floor was dry we then proceeded to apply three coats of Tile Doctor Colour Grow which is an impregnating sealer that leaves a matt effect and brings out the colour in the tile.

It was a long job spread over quite a few days but it was well worth the effort. The costumer couldn’t believe the transformation that had taken place to the floor.

Horden & Peterlee v Hartlepool Rovers (Durham & Northumberland 1)



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Local rivals go head to head! With only 1 place separating them in the league

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Top 10 reasons to move to Rhode Island. They have almost no crime.



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hey what is going on everyone who wants to hear the warm and fuzzy about Rhode Island in case you have been following along I'm talking about the state of Rhode Island in the United States not the Greek isle that the state got its name from like I mentioned in the last video Rhode Island is our 50th state and sighs it's our smallest and the 44th in population it was admitted into the union may 29th 1790 making it our thirteenth state Rhode Island is known for it's amazing coastline and nautical history if you can afford it it's a great place to retire retirees statistically like smaller towns Rhode Island is so small the whole state gives that small-town vibe in my last video I pointed out the reasons not to move to Rhode Island and in this video we're gonna point out the reasons you should so sit on back relax and watch my top ten reasons to move to Rhode Island number 10 sports when it comes to sports Rhode Islanders are diehard fans considering they don't have any pro sports teams in the state you might find that a little weird it's not weird to them if you talk to a sports fan in Rhode Island you would think you're standing in downtown Boston they are kind of close to each other but still these people are passionate about Boston teams and please stop typing we don't want to hear about how you live in downtown Providence since the dawn of man and you hate the Red Sox you are what we call a statistical anomaly stop typing but if you like New England sports you probably won't find more diehard fans than in Rhode Island number 9 the food Rhode Island has some of the best food in New England like I said in the last video if you don't like seafood this might not be the place for you the good news is that's not all they got yeah it is their main food source but they have all types of food from Italian French Peruvian that's just to name a few one subscriber told me they have the best Italian food in the country they didn't leave any specific places as an example so I'll take their word for it and not guess of course it wouldn't be part of New England if they didn't have great clam chowder and they have some good chowder trust me on that one I've had it once been years but it was amazing number eight festivals and events like I said the whole state feels like a small town and like most small towns the residents love celebrating the state is a little by most people's standards so the people find reasons to whoop it up so far they've found about 900 reasons to whoop it up meaning they have over 900 festivals fairs and events going on throughout the year some of the most popular are the water fire festival the Newport Flower Show the Bristol fourth of July and so many more that it would take me about a two hour video just to talk about all of them I would love to cover a couple of these so if there's anyone from Rhode Island that's like official or anything like that listening I like to fly at least business class I could have my bags packed and batteries charged in a couple hours just saying number seven affordable housing like all major cities rent can get expensive what's cool about Rhode Island housing costs dropped pretty quick just outside of City Center so if you're okay with having a 10-minute commute from say Smith Hill to downtown Providence you'll be able to cut your rent in half for the same size apartment that you'd get downtown number six the zoo Rhode Island is home to the Roger Williams Park Zoo it was founded in 1872 and is the third oldest zoo in the country I love me some historical stuff even zoos the zoo is located on 40 acres and is a sanctuary for over 150 animals including this yard hog and a red panda that looks nothing like a panda but a cross between a raccoon and a fox they just look normal they're not as exciting as a panda to me number five lighthouses another thing the ocean state is known forced their lighthouses the first lighthouse was built in 1749 and back in the day they needed and had a bunch of them the coastline in Rhode Island is pretty dangerous today there's only about 15 active lighthouses most of them been replaced by automated towers and that's too bad what do you do with all those old men that wanted to be loners where do they live and work now number four very eco friendly Rhode Island is shockingly a very eco friendly state now I say shockingly because that's what us granola eatin weirdos do out here on the west coast not some place like Rhode Island well at least you wouldn't expect it to be lots of homes and businesses throughout the state use green energy through use of solar power or wind technology it's not uncommon to be driving down the highway and see an empty field with solar panels or wind turbines it's actually kind of neat number three natural beauty now I don't want to sound like I write novels or anything but the best way to describe Rhode Island's coastline is breathtaking get away from the tourists and the traffic and you'll start to appreciate the natural beauty that is Rhode Island they also have tons of amazing landscapes in the West that look like something out of a calendar like a calendar your grandmother would have in the kitchen not like a calendar your uncle would have in his transmission shop number two the school's Rhode Island is known for education and I'm not just talking the kindergarten through high school they have some of the finest universities in the nation Rhode Island is home to Brown University that's in Providence it's one of the original Ivy League schools then you have Johnson & Wales which is one of the finest culinary arts schools and then the University of Rhode Island this has some of the best sports and academic programs in the country if you want to get a really good education or you want your kids to get a good education you might want to move to Rhode Island and number one no crime it's hard to find any crime in Rhode Island the stats on crime are the best in the country now stop typing you're about to say of course it's so small they have low crime they don't have that many people well that is true but it doesn't change the fact that they have almost no crime give me all the Statue want and it won't change two facts they have human beings and they have human beings that don't commit a bunch of crime if you look at area vibes calm which gives letter grades for cities on a range of statistics look at the crime on all the cities in Rhode Island and it is nothing but a and B pluses across the board moved Rhode Island and you and your stuff will be safe that's just a fact of life Rhode Island is one of the safest places to live in this country all right so that's my top ten reasons to move to Rhode Island I hope you guys enjoyed it don't forget to hit all the buttons down below like dislike give me a comment whatever you want don't forget to hit that subscribe button and I'm gonna leave a link for my patreon account that's been picking up some steam lately helps 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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle | Part 1 – Reduce | University of Aberdeen



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What does ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ mean for us living in Aberdeen?
The University of Aberdeen have been making huge steps in the right direction in terms of reducing the waste that we produce. Here are just a few ways that you can help us improve on our waste production across campus.

Everybody has heard of the phrase reduce, reuse, recycle. But what does it mean for us living here in Aberdeen. The University of Aberdeen has been making huge steps in the right direction and in collaboration with Aberdeen City Council, you can help us to reduce, reuse and recycle in the most effective way possible. Reduce is first on the list because it's the best way of minimising our impact on the Earth's environment. The fewer materials we use in the first place, the less there is for us to deal with later. On and around campus, you can reduce the waste that you create by making smart choices when buying food or drink. If you're quickly picking up a coffee or water on the way to a lecture bring a reusable bottle or flask, this limits the creation of waste. And if you don't have one you can pick up your very own from the University shop. Why not visit Foodstory Zero, a zero waste, mainly plant based cafe right here in the centre of campus. At Foodstory, they are committed to cutting down on waste and so, in order to enjoy their delicious food, you must either eat in or bring your own reusable container. But Foodstory aren't the only ones making a difference. The university recently switched to using compostable takeaway packaging. So whether you're eating your food in or taking away you know that it's not going to be harming the environment. During term time, a number of our venues can be serving up to a thousand lunches a day. So the move away from single-use plastics to compostable and indeed products made from renewable materials, was really very straightforward. We reduced our overall waste stream of plastics by over 95 percent. Efforts will continue in the weeks and months ahead to further improve on that number and you can do your bit too. Bring along your own reusable cup or your reusable container and we can make a bigger impact on that effort. So there we have it here at the University of Aberdeen we're doing everything that we can to reduce the amount of waste that we produce and by implementing just a few simple changes, you can too.