St George’s Day

George’s emblem, a red cross on a white background was adopted by Richard the Lionheart and brought to England in the 12th century, when the king’s soldiers would wear it on their tunics to denote their English allegiance and avoid confusion in battle.AS well is being the Patron Saint of England St George is also the Patron Saint of several other countries and of Scouting. On the Sunday nearest to 23 April scouts and guides throughout England traditionally parade through the streets on their way to church. Read Story

The Multi-cultural ‘Melting Pot’ lefty experiment, that is London, is a hideous disaster

The melting pot that is London is a hideous disaster, as is the latest story of a 17-year-old girl found stabbed to death in an East London park. Read Story

Inspiration for ‘Viking Saga’ Revealed


 On a recent holiday I took with me a copy of John Bean’s “Trail of the Viking Finger”, which I had bought almost five months ago but had delayed reading. Once started I was entranced and had to be persuaded by my wife to put it down so we could go out for meals and enjoy evening entertainment. Read Story

Spirit of Cambria

for this journey, we will be travelling not to the land of Dylan the poet, but north – to an ancient river valley, and farms and villages whose people have changed little in centuries, and to a remarkable and much-overlooked Welsh battlement… Read Story