Category Archives: Built Environment

High and…Mighty?

  The trouble in taking the high moral ground, in being the bigger person, is quite frankly, that it sucks. The platitudes we preach to our children, that it’s important to turn the other cheek and walk away from potential … Continue reading

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To set a benchmark

Here was a prime example of the mark left on the civic and social landscape by our shared military history, and it was literally lying around at the foot of the British military presence in Ireland and now lies almost totally ignored by passers-by. Continue reading

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BBC News: Pub pictures saved from London skip displayed online

Pub pictures saved from London skip displayed online – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-35031879

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