The third, and final, certificate that applies to all people in the UK is the one issued after their death. The area above the main part of the certificate indicates the year of death, the registration district in which the death occurred, the sub-district and the county, in this case Norfolk. The main body ofContinue reading “Final form in a set which takes you from the cradle to the grave”
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Six small steps to take you on the journey of a lifetime – or further
WHO AM I? A question many of us will have asked in our lifetime and we will have given ourselves many answers: son, father, socialist; mother, aunt, republican; daughter, teacher, royalist; grandfather, preacher, poet. There may be other roles we do not recognise ourselves playing. On the other hand we may know more about ourContinue reading “Six small steps to take you on the journey of a lifetime – or further”
Who needs Doctor Who’s Tardis when we can all travel in time?
I was watching a Brian Cox programme last night (the professor not the actor), he was talking about time travel and Doctor Who. It was fascinating, not that he was speaking about it becoming feasible any time in the near future, and he talked about travel and time; the bending of time and how timeContinue reading “Who needs Doctor Who’s Tardis when we can all travel in time?”