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The Venue Show

I have only been working in the Birmingham Advisory and Support Service for something like 4 months but already we are at our first show to publicise the new training room. The plans were set we had Media Centre PC’s, Video Conferencing Kit, All in One PC’s and a ton of other cool gadgets. Only […]

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Ravenglass Roman Bathhouse

Roman settlement stretched as far down from Hadrian’s Wall along this coast, and Ravenglass was a key Roman settlement area. The remains of the bath house of the Roman fort of Ravenglass, which was established in AD130, are extremely well-preserved. The walls stand almost 4 metres (13ft) high. Ravenglass was a key naval base for […]

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An expensive way to deliver supplies

Every Thursday the helicopter makes deliveries to the Frundenhutte located at 2652 metres on the edge of the Frunden glacier in the Bernese Oberland. Everything that the hut needs to operate is delivered this way including fuel, firewood, food and drink, and even the water. This of course has a knock on effect on prices, […]

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Media studies overtakes physics

According to a report on the BBC (link) more students are taking subjects with poorer career prospects such as media, film, and TV studies rather than more tradditional subjects. I think the fact that young people just are not interested in the more tradditional routes shows why we have become a country of consumers, no […]