Premier Inn Northampton Great Billing / A45
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... that makes up a melody and without it, the piece just doesn’t work. You matter. That’s what is so brilliant about what NMPAT does. I can’t really think of any other activity for young people that is as wholly inclusive as playing in an ensemble like CYO. And the social dynamics of this group, I mean, wow! You are all each other’s support groups. I’m sure ...
... of detail. Ali's god-father and family friend
took the service which made it extra personal. They were piped
outside after the blessing where there was a guard of honour waiting
with their swords.
of photos were taken before the wedding breakfast – a delicious
three course dinner with Craig and Ali personalised serviettes and
peppermints, false moustaches and party poppers. Ali and Craig
arranged for all guests to receive a ...
... br> It was a dull day and the area where the birds had been seen is used for match day parking when Northampton Town FC are playing at home, which they were today. We drove in the general direction of where we thought they’d been seen and about 100 yards down the road Julie said "There’s some!". And she was right.
I pulled over into a gateway and Julie got out to get the camera out of the boot which resulted in a vile smell immediately filling the ...
... dived since the start of autumn.
I walked a bit further along the track and spoke to a couple more birders who had walked down from the farm where they had seen two more owls, so at least four present. As we were talking a Red Kite came in high from the north and too our surprise a Short-eared Owl climbed up to meet it. The kite is a much bigger bird and probably no threat to an owl but the owl clearly wasn’t happy to see it. Julie was ...
... are both in easy walking distance from our camp - as is the
local souq where you can pick up the last of your souvenirs. The following day we drive out towards the Red Sea Coast. You
will have time relax on the beach for a couple of days or try your hand at various watersports such as snorkelling,
windsurfing or scuba diving in the cool clear blue waters.
Our final destination, Cairo is only a few hours away. Visiting the great Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza with ...