Walks in Sussex: Exploring Chichester

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Chichester is an ancient town, going back to Roman times when they built the six and a half feet walls around it and the roads to London and Silchester. The Anglo-Saxons were here and the Normans.

I walk the heart of Chichester, exploring the market centre and cathedral. Join me.

hello I'm Richard votes I'm the bald Explorer and I'm on another walk at this time I'm in shitty stir in West Sussex Chichester a very important town or city in fact in West Sussex and I'm starting here on my little walk through the town city by the Roman walls although this bit is actually probably the remade Georgian walls let's let's head off so I'm going to start in east gate and make my way up hopefully to the cathedral and it is actually incredibly busy today I've come on a midweek lunchtime period so we'll weave through the various people who are out enjoying themselves in Chichester just has a very important term as I say city in West Sussex located down on the south of England and it was a very important Roman town now the Roman name of this is novia Magus regi Norum if I've got that correct I may have messed that out but you'll have to forgive me on that so the Romans came in in AD 43 as everybody knows and Chester was strategically a very ideal place for the Romans to set up camp with its close proximity to wealth France or Gaul as it was then known and of course they immediately built a thick wall around the town and you can walk around the Roman walls what's left of them originally they were six and a half feet thick which is pretty hefty bit of war if you think about it and these Roman walls they lasted for 1,500 years until the German the Georgian sort of rebuilt them and made them a lot narrower but they are interesting to to have a look at the Romans of course famed for their Roman roads and from here in Chichester you follow certainly on a map you can follow quite a bit of it by following stained Street and that started from the crossroads at the top here the Rome has also famed for their empathy ''tis there's an amphitheater or at least Lee they found the foundations of an amphitheater just outside the Roman walls in Chichester and also Roman baths the Romans very clean lot for a soup from the centre of Chichester then the Romans this this whole town the county-town it's the only city in West Sussex and this county town is on a cross formation and although we have the anglo-saxons coming in and then the Normans it hasn't really changed very much from the Roman plan I'm making my way up to the very delightful Market Cross which was built in 1501 but that's jumping ahead of our story somewhat because after the Romans have been in at the anglo-saxons coming in and the Anglo Saxons funnily enough they strange Bunch they didn't use much of the town except they enjoyed the they enjoyed the protection of the Roman walls and so King Alfred made this a a burr town a fortified town and so they definitely used those those big thick walls and then the Normans came when the Normans came rogered a Montgomery who was a one of William the Conqueror's mates was given huge sways of land up and down the country he was the first Earl of Shrewsbury and as well as having Shropshire as one of his presence for being so helpful in the in the invasion of Britain he was given a lot of Sussex and this was one of his towns he built a castle here although actually in Chichester there is there's only a Motte and a bit of a Bailey left I think the castle and I can't be sure about this was made of wood because this certainly doesn't seem to be any sort of remains of the castle left so the Normans came in and they they put forward their dominance and everything around the place which was very important to keep the Brits at bay but one of the things the the anglo-saxons had done prior to the Normans coming in is they'd set up a cathedral in cells enos LZ is just a few miles away from here so they set up their little concede rule in the ninth century and the Normans weren't having any of that they didn't think it was an appropriate place down in cells he said they moved it and they decided they would build it here in Chitti ster but the the Normans hadn't really chosen the best place to build their cathedral and be known to them the ground wasn't ideal and over the years this fantastic Cathedral has suffered many catastrophes namely a couple of the towers collapsing in 1210 the Southwest tower collapsed and had to be rebuilt and then in 1635 the Northwest Tower collapsed I'm just going to get myself knocked over so I'm going to choose not to walk in the middle of the road and interestingly the 15th century bell tower was built away from the main body of the cathedral which in itself is a bit unusual and so is a little rarity to come along and see and I'm sure that because they started to learn about the mistakes that we the Normans had made and then of course there's the spire criticism richest aspire is seen from everywhere it is a fantastic landmark and if you were one of the captains of these ships sailing around the Solent you use the spire the high spire to navigate by and if you're driving anywhere in the county as you approach Chester you see the spire poking up out of the landscape it is absolutely fantastic now the spire had its own trouble for in the 19th century it collapsed it telescoped in on itself falling in and had to be rebuilt like so much of the Cathedral and consequently it was and it's now on the top and it looks absolutely fantastic tisha Starr now as you walk through the main center you no longer see the timber frame buildings as once was in the Middle Ages when the the butter cross was there which is a beautiful fantastic building there's only one like it in Sussex there's another cross in alfre stone but the butter cross is an absolutely terrific place like a Market Cross traditionally you would have your your butter and your dairy products your milk and all the rest of its so sold from that point so many of our villages had similar sort of things or small towns at least and then as you go through some of these terrific grand properties all really stemmed from now from the Georgian period but again like so many of our towns much of them are hidden behind what would have been a timber frame building finally I'm coming up to where the West Gate would have been to sister I believe only had four gates north south west and east gate and all of those no longer exists unlike some of the other places have been to where they you still have one existing gate such as at bridge north and a Ludlow in Shropshire please don't and I think that's such a shame but it doesn't mean at least traffic can get access into churches – well I hope we've enjoyed my little quick walk through leaving chit easter and the spire just poking up in the background and the bell tower and if I carry on weaving around in this direction I'll eventually get to the festival the Chester Festival Theatre which was built in 1962 where a lot of touring plays and theatre companies start off before going around the country anyway do give me a thumbs up if you've enjoyed the video don't forget to leave a comment don't forget to subscribe and I'll see you on the next one till then goodbye

Edinburgh in 24 Hours – VIDEO TOUR (Edinburgh, Scotland)

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Visiting Edinburgh for just 24 hours! We started by Holyrood Abbey (Where we found free parking!) and made our way through Own Town and ended at Edinburgh castle! It was a really nice walk and covered almost everything to see in the city in just a day!


Edinburgh ( (listen); Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Èideann [ˈt̪uːn ˈeːtʲən̪ˠ]; Scots: Edinburgh) is the capital city of Scotland and one of its 32 council areas. Historically part of the county of Midlothian (or Edinburghshire), it is located in Lothian on the Firth of Forth’s southern shore.

Recognised as the capital of Scotland since at least the 15th century, Edinburgh is the seat of the Scottish Government, the Scottish Parliament and the supreme courts of Scotland. The city’s Palace of Holyroodhouse is the official residence of the monarch in Scotland. The city has long been a centre of education, particularly in the fields of medicine, Scots law, literature, philosophy, the sciences and engineering. It is the second largest financial centre in the United Kingdom (after London) and the city’s historical and cultural attractions have made it the United Kingdom’s second most popular tourist destination (again, after London), attracting over one million overseas visitors each year.Edinburgh is Scotland’s second most populous city and the seventh most populous in the United Kingdom. The official population estimates are 464,990 (2012) for the Locality of Edinburgh (Edinburgh pre 1975 regionalisation plus Currie and Balerno), 513,210 (2017) for the City of Edinburgh, and 1,339,380 (2014) for the city region. Edinburgh lies at the heart of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland city region comprising East Lothian, Edinburgh, Fife, Midlothian, Scottish Borders and West Lothian.The city is the annual venue of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. It is home to national institutions such as the National Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland and the Scottish National Gallery. The University of Edinburgh, founded in 1582 and now one of four in the city, is placed 18th in the QS World University Rankings for 2019. The city is also famous for the Edinburgh International Festival and the Fringe, the latter being the world’s largest annual international arts festival. Historic sites in Edinburgh include Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the churches of St. Giles, Greyfriars and the Canongate, and the extensive Georgian New Town, built in the 18th/19th centuries. Edinburgh’s Old Town and New Town together are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, which has been managed by Edinburgh World Heritage since 1999.

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9 Stunning Scottish Castles

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There are a huge number of Scottish castles waiting to be discovered. From the famous castles you know and love which see hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, to iconic dramatic strongholds and hidden romantic ruins, the choice is incredible. We couldn’t possible show you every single one of our favourites – there are far too many! – but this video gives you a tantalising glimpse of the sheer scope and variety of Scotland’s castles. Built to withstand invading foes, these formidable landmarks are found the length and breadth of the country, witness to centuries of turbulence and change. Plan a visit and discover the timeless beauty, legends and majestic settings of these remarkable monuments for yourself.

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Visit the vibrant city of Derry~Londonderry

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Explore Derry~Londonderry and immerse yourself in the heritage, culture, history and nightlife of this vibrant city.

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We visit the Hertfordshire Cheetahs

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The Brit Blitz team were invited down to spend time with the Hertfordshire Cheetahs for their game against the Bouremouth Bobcats.

We had a great time with the team and we would like to thank Ben and Conor for inviting us.

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A Walk Through York, England

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York is a historic walled city at the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, England, and is the traditional county town of Yorkshire to which it gives its name. The city has a rich heritage and has provided the backdrop to major political events in England throughout much of its two millennia of existence. The city offers a wealth of historic attractions, of which York Minster is the most prominent, and a variety of cultural and sporting activities making it a popular tourist destination for millions.

The city was founded by the Romans as Eboracum in 71 AD. It became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia Inferior, and later of the kingdoms of Northumbria and Jorvik. In the Middle Ages, York grew as a major wool trading centre and became the capital of the northern ecclesiastical province of the Church of England, a role it has retained.

In the 19th century, York became a hub of the railway network and a confectionery manufacturing centre. In recent decades, the economy of York has moved from being dominated by its confectionery and railway-related industries to one that provides services. The University of York and health services have become major employers, whilst tourism has become an important element of the local economy.

From 1996, the term City of York describes a unitary authority area which includes rural areas beyond the old city boundaries. In 2011 the urban area had a population of 153,717, while in 2010 the entire unitary authority had an estimated population of 202,400.

The Sutherland Clearances – James Alan Sutherland II reporting

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I think that in learning history it is important to visit the places about which you are studying. Preparing to produce a video about the subject is also a good lesson.

while the men of Sutherland who had joined the regiments were away a new layer came to power back home the daughter of the last Earl of Sutherland buried the Marquess of Stafford making him possibly the richest man in Britain and eventually the first Duke of Sutherland as soon as he came up to done Robyn looked around Lord Stafford decided to launch a plan of what he called improvements the next phase of ethnic cleansing in the late 1700s experiments in breeding sheep had developed a breed that could survive the harsh conditions of northern Scotland they are called the Chevy Ed's to this point the main forms of agriculture in these valleys were grain crops in black cattle Laird's like Stafford realized that they could make more money raising sheep they began the first phase of their improvements they decided to get the people off their land at the time the people of the highlands lived on communal farms here we are an art alone the Isle of Lewis behind me is what was called a black house these houses were lived in by crafters for centuries in Scotland as you can see the roof was made out of thatch with stones hung over it to keep it from blowing away right here is a pile of peat peat was used for heating and cooking it was put in the middle of the floor a small fire this particular black house is being kept as a museum to show how people lived in this area black houses were used until just a couple of decades ago this is an open peat fire this is where the family would gather to cook their meals after a long work day and here is the entranceway the chickens were kept and here is where the cattle was kept as you can see there's stables and a drain going off to the outside because this house is available one can sit and try to understand what life was like in the homes up here in the early 19th century this part of their lives is almost imaginable but the next phase is not this is Strath neighbor in sutherland scotland in 1814 the people here were brutally evicted by the first Duke of Sutherland henchmen led by a man named Patrick seller a stonemason named Donna MacLeod was a witness to these evictions by his account there were 300 homes burning in the night entire townships were burned out the residents were sent walking north towards the sea below me on this plateau was the township of Rozell all that remains are piles of stones which made up the houses and other buildings the tenants shared their kilns they shared their stables and barns it was a hard life but one they had lived for hundreds of years in this valley only to be thrown out and replaced by sheep in the same year this valley called Kildonan was also cleared in 1818 to 1819 the victors were back in Strath neighbor their tactics had not changed family after family were thrown out into the elements the entire Valley was cleared the tenants were driven to the coast they were forced to try and eke out an existence from the sea and from very small garden Lots many chose to emigrate from places like Fort William thousands of Highlanders evicted from their homes sailed out of Fort William down Lockland bound for Australia and America meanwhile back in Sutherland those evicted tenants who did not emigrate were scraping to make a living part of lured staffers plans for improvement was to build a distillery this distillery was built in 1819 was in operation until 1983 a new distillery has been built on the site we toured the process to see how they make single malt scotch whiskey the to our there is very informative it told us how the grain is smoked over peat fires and put into bins for fermentation then how that is distilled into spirits this is the pipe where the spirit comes down and goes into this building here where it's put into kegs the kegs are then rolled over to these buildings where they're stored from 14 to 24 years and that's where whiskey comes out the whiskey ages and absorbs flavor from the casks in which it is stored while climb which has earned a reputation for fine single malts over the years it in no way put a dent in the unemployment created by the clearances in the strength never clearance of 1818 to 1819 the parish minister Reverend Donald sage sympathized with the tenants there was nothing that he could do as the eviction date approached he left the valley his house and Church were left in ruins we trek up to where his mission had been this is a place called Oak ness the English translation for the Gaelic name that means cascade by the cornfield now just ruins of what was a simple mission an outpost for the Church of Scotland as I walk around where people came for guidance from the man of God who was unable to help them I wonder how the church could turn its back on the tenants how was it that the powers that be in the church allowed such things to happen to their flock but those were very different times the Laird zone not only the land but the churches as well they ordered the ministers to tell the people that their evictions were God's will the Laird's used the church to remove the people from their Gaelic past in many of these valleys the tenants continued to turn to the church for help the only help that they got was temporary at best the southernmost reaches of Sutherland touched the area called Glen Calvi in 1845 as the clearances reached their valley the tenants of Glen Calvi huddled in the churchyard of croak the people that stayed at the Kreuk churchyard had money and owed no rent and yet still were evicted they searched desperately for shelter to no avail that's why they ended up here tenants lived in makeshift tents in the churchyard while they were there they etch words in the year 1845 onto the glass of the church windows those etchings are still visible today protected by a plexiglass cover they are the last remnants of the evicted tenants and in places like Kildonan and in beautiful Strath liver there is no trace at the Gaelic past that a feeders of the Romans the protectors of the British Empire they are replaced by a new century on duty who almost mockingly – cries our return to the valley

Norfolk, Virginia – City Overview

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Norfolk is a town where the water is never far away! It’s a beautiful place to visit with a vibrant arts scene, mouthwatering gastronomy and 144 miles of shore to explore solo, with friends or with the entire family.

One of the best ways to get oriented is to get out on the water. Set sail aboard The American Rover. This three-masted topsail schooner has been a signature site along the Elizabeth River and Hampton Roads Harbor since 1986, offering 1 ½ and 2 hour narrated Harbor or Sunset Cruises, from April through October.

Norfolk is divided into distinct neighborhoods each with its own identity. On a map you’ll note the downtown, historic Ghent, Chelsea, North Colley & Beyond, The Military Highway and the airport and finally, Ocean view and East Beach.

It’s not every day, you can step foot on board a decommissioned battleship. In Norfolk, right downtown on the waterfront, say hello to the USS Wisconsin. She saw tours in WWII, Korea and the Gulf War. You can take a guided or self-guided tour. I suggest purchasing a Gold ticket. This gives you access to the battleship and Nauticus. This is the maritime-themed science center and museum.

Chrysler Museum of Art is home to a collection of nearly 30,000 objects spanning 5,000 years of history. The Chrysler Museum of Art possesses one of the great glass collections in America.

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if you're on your way to where I'm standing right now I say watch this video first I'm Erica travel guy and this is Norfolk Virginia Norfolk is a town where the water is never far away it's a beautiful place to visit with a vibrant art scene mouth-watering gastronomy and 144 miles of shore to explore solo with friends or the entire family one of the best ways to get oriented is to get out on the water set sail aboard Norfolk's own tall sailing ship the American Rover this three-masted Topsail schooners has been a signature site along the Elizabeth River and Hampton Roads harbor since 1986 offering one and a half and two-hour narrated harbor or sunset cruises from April to October Norfolk's premier dining and entertainment district is waterside district it's right downtown one of my personal favorites is guy Petty's place like any other cool place Norfolk is divided into distinct neighborhoods each with its own identity on a map you'll note the downtown historic Ghent Chelsea North Colley and beyond the Military Highway in the airport and finally Ocean View and East Beach you can find more information about each neighborhood in my Norfolk itinerary at Erica travel guide calm wow what a shameless plug Travel and Leisure magazine noted that Norfolk is one of the top 50 places you have to visit in 2017 and the Chrysler Museum of Art well it's a crowd favorite oh yeah we're going in the Chrysler Museum of Art is home to a collection of nearly 30,000 objects spanning 5000 years of history and it possesses one of the great glass collections in America you know the Tiffany collection here is world-famous so take some time to just slow down and take it all in and don't forget to visit the glass studio it's pretty cool no it's not every day you can step foot on a decommissioned battleship well here in Norfolk you can do that right downtown this is the battleship Wisconsin she saw tours in World War two Korea and the Gulf War you can take a guided or a self-guided tour but I suggest getting a gold ticket that way you can get on the battleship and get into Nauticus Nauticus is a maritime science center and museum is awesome three floors of interactive hands-on displays 3d theaters and sharks on the second floor is the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and the entrance to the battleship Wisconsin the cruise terminal Half Moon Bay is also conveniently located right on the campus so much to do so little time with or without the kids I think you absolutely have to make a stop at the Virginia zoo it's an ideal way to get outdoors see some wildlife and buy some things you simply can't live without oh thank you very much if animals aren't your thing I have another idea Norfolk Botanical Garden is nationally recognized for its deep-rooted history and celebrated for its blooms in every season the 175 acre garden is home to fifty-two distinctive themed gardens 95 species of birds and 30 kinds of butterflies back on the water you can't depart without taking a tour of Naval Station Norfolk this is the largest naval station in the world this 45-minute tour takes you dockside to the home of the Atlantic Fleet for an up-close look at aircraft carriers destroyers and other US Navy vessels protecting the United States every day you know tomorrow this is a navy town which means there are some tall tales from the sea but there's one tale that is undisputed you know that is they invented the waffle cone right here at Dumars sadly that's all the time we have for this video but good news you can take all the time you need to have a phenomenal vacation in Norfolk Virginia I'm Eric the travel guy that's what I got I'm gonna do it again nice you know for that's alright I'm gonna do it again oh alright stop that's it that's all we got good how's it going good showers to do good good I loved it hello my fellow travelers thank you for watching I really really appreciate it of course if you like these videos don't forget to subscribe to our Channel and if you check out these other great videos from our library thanks for watching

Latest Tourist Attraction in Inverness

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Fun loving workman, Jack Frost, creates the Waltzing Waters of Inverness !

Kent Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit

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Yo a bit of a nervous reck but hey I got through it my first ever YouTube video so awesome so great. Glad to share that with you guys so awesome more videos to come so stay tuned

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36 Hours in Glasgow | The New York Times

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Visit Pembrokeshire – summer from the coastal path

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The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs 186 miles around the coast of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Each stretch brings stunning coastal scenery, walkers, artists, surfers, wildlife, adventure and food!
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How to Pronounce 20 British Cities

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Do you want to visit Britain? Then you will need to know how to pronounce the city names correctly.

Whether you are coming here as a tourist or a student, it’s important to know how to say these 20 cities. I’ve chosen them because they are the biggest and most commonly visited.

Please remember that there are other ways to pronounce these names. I can only teach them in my accent which is a London accent.

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if you want to visit Britain then you need to know how to pronounce the places that you're going to go so today we're going to look at how to pronounce 20 British cities are you ready to go on a tour around Britain okay here we go before we do I just want to remind you that I'm teaching you the pronunciation in my accent which is a London accent there are many other different accents that might say these cities differently I can only teach you with my accent all right so just bear that in mind now as we go through these cities I'd like you to practice with me okay so when I'm saying London don't just sit there going because you won't know how to say it you're you'll think you're hearing it but when it comes to actually saying it you won't know how so practice with me if you find a quiet place to do that or if you want to do it on the tube or the bus or the train wherever you are just say with me London even stop the video and say it and then start the video again so London London stop it say it a few times you can even say in different ways you can say it very quickly London London London you can say it loudly London you can say it quietly have fun with your pronunciation otherwise it's going to be really boring okay have fun all right here we go the capital city of England London London stress is on the first syllable Lunn london london not london london the beautiful capital of Scotland Edinburgh Edinburgh stresses on the first syllable Edinburgh one more time Edinburgh two famous University cities Oxford Oxford Cambridge Cambridge again the stress is on the first syllable of both cities Oxford Cambridge one of the most famous seaside towns in Britain brighton brighton i say it one more time brighton now personally with my pronunciation sometimes I will not say the term sound I will miss out that so it sounds like brighton brighton this is a glottal ization so sometimes I will say brighton brighton sometimes i'll say brighton brighton i guess i'll do that in more informal situations conversational situations where I'm quite relaxed that I'm speaking more informally I'll probably say brighton without the T sound but if I'm trying to be a little bit more formal maybe I'm in class or something like that I'll say Brighton if that's just a personal thing it doesn't apply to everyone but it's just good to be aware of different pronunciations of a similar word so Brighton or Brighton you might hear both huge city up in the north of England famous for football and music Manchester Manchester again the stress is on the first syllable Manchester the second biggest city in England Birmingham Birmingham now I know the ham there looks like it should be Birmingham but actually when we have the ham at the end of a place is just um so burning um Birmingham so burning three syllables there Birmingham Birmingham the stress is on the first syllable Birmingham another big famous northern city famous for music that the Beatles the football team Liverpool the pronunciation is Liverpool Liverpool the stress is on the first syllable Liverpool a big city in the northeast of England Newcastle Newcastle my stress is on the first syllable now this is pronounced very differently locally in Newcastle where they stress the castle so its Newcastle Newcastle but I'm a southerner I'm from London so I stress the first syllable Newcastle you can do whatever you want a really popular city for English language students to visit is Bournemouth Bournemouth not Bournemouth like the mouth it Smurf Bournemouth stress on the first syllable in Bournemouth I really popular place to visit for the Roman Baths is buff buff you have the sound at the end of th bath now I think locally they might say bath with a softer a bath again my pronunciation is bath but very close to bath in the West of England is Bristol Bristol stress on the first syllable Bristol Bristol back up in Scotland we have Glasgow Glasgow stress on again the first syllable I'm seeing a pattern here Glasgow Glasgow again that pronunciation is different from how they would locally say it my a there Glasgow is a very southern are instead of glass I think it further north and st. glass glass but I'm saying Glasgow because that's the position that I have Glasgow one of my favourite cities and where I went to university Leeds Leeds nice long e sound there Leeds Leeds so you really open up their mouth Leeds Leeds the capital of Wales Cardiff Cardiff like car diff Cardiff stress on the first syllable Cardiff a really popular city for tourists to visit in the north of England is York York set one more time York where Robin Hood was originally from Nottingham Nottingham again here we have for ham at the end just like we did with Birmingham so it's not Nottingham it's nothing I'm nothing so they say that one more time Nottingham stress on the first syllable Nottingham the capital of Northern Ireland Belfast Belfast stress again on the first syllable I think that's different from how the locals would say it where they would put the stress on the second syllable but my pronunciation it goes on the first so Belfast alright I'm including this one because it causes so many problems and also their football team won the Premier League a few years ago and there's a place in London with a similar name Lester Lester not lie sister Lester stress on the first syllable Lester and the last one Sheffield Sheffield stress on the first syllable again Sheffield why do I choose these cities well they're the biggest cities in Britain so that's the first reason secondly these are the ones that I found tourists and English students visiting the most so a lot of these cities have big student populations with universities or they're popular with english-language students who want to learn English or they're just famous for being big tourist cities as well so those are the kind of main reasons why I chose these 20 cities there are of course lots of other cities in Britain that I could have chosen but these are the ones I think that you would probably you're most likely to visit or you're most likely to need to pronounce

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so the call comes out somebody is blowing the horn at 3 o'clock in the morning Cumberland Police go out on what's called a simple disturbance well it really gets disturbing a three-year-old is found laying on the car horn because his mom and dad have overdosed in the front seat but now those on the front lines are vowing to save their city I have never seen anything overtake a community like heroin has in Cumberland the Queen City has a problem it's worse than anybody you can imagine the trains have slowed the plants have closed left behind a group out to see their city like lieutenant Lepley this Maryland can you have any quarters where we have a lot of our our drug issues born raised and a Ford Hill fan for life these old alleys you can't get cars today's cars up and down so they can disappear like that in Baltimore you can buy a gram of heroin for 80 90 bucks here it's 160 they call it money in the mountains the market is so large they don't have to fight for customers next time you visit Allegheny County we'll have a drug court because of crime I would probably say 70 percent is that to you guys yeah 7 and if you if you include alcohol with that I mean just any type of substance I think at that point time you are pushing the 90s well the the drugs are coming from a multitude places Baltimore Philly Pittsburgh DC the heroin here is strong they just had a death from what's called crocodile it's mixed with gas and paint thinner and literally burns the flesh off your body for dealers and you would look straight ahead I'm going on that's absolutely wrong right there so I'm going on yep enforcement education is a huge component and treatment Cumberland the home of one ways and plaques to point out the only governor from here and a new plan to go door to door to talk to those who OD try to work with them on the scene and then of course transport them either to the health department or to the hospital so they can get that type of treatment walk into the Allegheny County Health Department Monday through Friday 8:30 to 3 o'clock and be seen and be admitted into treatment they are tracking every prescription written in town every emergency room visit hundreds trained in using narcan including every school nurse and 2015 we administered nine usages and in 2016 were up to 51 at this time unfortunately six could not be saved but there's hope regular town meetings will help we need to educate the parents on what's going on because a lot of parents you know have no idea they think that they are and they know they have good kids pushing the point one time is all it takes signs and symptoms what opioids are what painkillers are the names of them folks get them confused how to dispose of your meds tomorrow customers will cross this bridge from West Virginia couches will come out on this block to set up business they don't care about anything else they don't care about people over days and they care about making money down by the river we found a one-word question scribbled on the wall here churches are the skyscrapers proving there is deep faith to save Cumberland I'm confident we can in a partnership that we have it's going to be a challenge tell you that panel that we've met last week they are hell-bent and save and Cumberland State now if you want the numbers here they go hundreds of od'd this year and over 35 people 35 people in Cumberland alone have died because of heroin and there


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a lot of people for me to come here today to old Aberdeen the original old part of town good morning people from Aberdeen I have confessed I am talking and in a speech I have with some free time this afternoon so I will get up to something I need to get moving I need to get breakfast and then I need to get ready for my talk it is in two hours time I'm excited I'm pumped it's going to be part of a podcast guys as well so if you haven't subscribed to my podcast channel make sure you go over there and check out my social media influence is a horrible word I'm not a content creator I work across all the different platforms and yeah I blog about my passions about Scotland about Scottish culture and really about what it is to be a young person in Scotland alright okay that was the talk it's done I'm out I'm not gonna lie guys I was really nervous before that I've not done that many talks before that's probably my fourth or fifth I like doing them and as soon as I get up in a moment the first word comes out of my mouth I am absolutely fine but the lead up to I still get struggle a lot with nerves and anxiety I almost threw up but I'm fine an end it was good the audience I think you like to listen we have an hour break now I thought this day's vlog would be doomed to endure conference and stuff but we have got an hour I'm gonna use that I were to drive into Aberdeen old Aberdeen take some photos take some video maybe even fly the drone let's see at the time we go the last time I was here in Aberdeen we basically went down to the waterfront for the very brief 15 minutes we had there a lot of people told me to come here today to old Aberdeen the original old part of town all sorts of old cool buildings back there this is a high street believe it or not this building here looks like a big massive Church as well as entrance to the University Aberdeen University that's one thing about the see it's got a famous University yeah and it's like Oh cobbled streets back here famous silvery granite color that Aberdeen is known for very pretty actually I'm glad I took this we drive in even though we're not gonna be here for very long and not good to see much of a burden we saw a little bit the old tone the original part of the see it's very pretty in the sunshine all right okay that was that all died but in how to be walk around on the way home I'm gonna stop by the beach because by drawing it looked like there was a lot of people enjoying the sunshine and maintenance before hey here we are Aberdeen Beach golden sand big rollers breaking on the beach beautiful we came and we saw that's good enough for me and that is literally all the time off I can afford myself today I need to get back to the conference because there's a black-tie event happening tonight and I need to get ready and I've got about an hour let's do it Barry out the door I'm gonna get that charged overnight because tomorrow we might be doing some more flying but anyway lesson I've learned our lesson over 45 minutes to get myself sorted out for this party black-tie event so I need to get my hair brushed at least and ready to go that was good or enjoyed getting out there in Aberdeen City Centre it's actually a very beautiful place a you know that I did not know that before so it was good to explore and see some more of the place I'm glad that we managed to find a we are just to get out of the conference bubble alright so as part of this JCI international conference here in Scotland there is a black-tie dinner I've done my speech all my responsibilities are gone tonight is basically a party but we have to dress really smartly on the bed over there I've got like full 5 piece suit I think it's called I don't wear suits very often but that's what it is it's gonna have a bow tie a waistcoat hopefully I can figure out how to put it all together that's what it is I'm looking forward to the party actually should be good black-tie dinner interesting PACA is gonna help me put my boat i won you need to call the button sure I don't know this is way too posh for me does it not fold over the collar guess I'm ready to go fix my hair we're good I have not felt quite this uncomfortable in Klaus for a very long time if you're watching this vlog over there you'll know I'm wearing George's suit and it is just a bit too small for me I think I pulled it off and I think I'll scrub up or a deck is all about and I am so that was it for today's walk I'm exhausted now tomorrow is a new adventure day looking forward to but um thanks for watching the series I hope you have a really great night morning afternoon evening is reviewing world take care

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