Archive | May 2013

View to Lundy

View to Lundy by 35mm_photographs
View to Lundy, a photo by 35mm_photographs on Flickr.

Photograph taken with a Pentax P30 35mm camera using an out of date roll of Kodak Gold film (Kodak GT 800-4).

Taken from a moving car on the road leading down into Woolacombe Bay

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Swingboats Woolacombe Beach


Photograph taken with a Pentax P30 35mm camera using an out of date roll of Kodak Gold film (Kodak GT 800-4).

Mortehoe – from Chichester Arms


Photograph taken with a Pentax P30 35mm camera using an out of date roll of Kodak Gold film (Kodak GT 800-4).

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Community centre is bulldozed

There is profit in land but apparently no value in community.

Derelict public spaces are a common sight within small villages and towns around the UK. It seems to be impossible to keep these meeting places financially viable – they were once used as venues for parties, wedding receptions, exhibitions and discos but now that age as gone. “Essex County Council has sent bulldozers to the site… Read more

Essex County Council is the county council that governs the non-metropolitan county of Essex in England. It has 75 councillors, elected from 70 divisions, and is currently controlled by the Conservative Party. The council meets at County Hall in the centre of Chelmsford.

As of the 2011 census it serves a population of 1,393,600, which makes it one of the largest local authorities in England. As a non-metropolitan county council, responsibilities are shared between districts (including boroughs) and in many areas also between civil parish (including town) councils. Births, marriages/civil partnerships and death registration, roads, libraries and archives, refuse disposal, most of state education, of social services and of transport are provided at the county level.


Right Surveyors in Essex and North East London undertake various types of general practice surveying work, including Schedules of Condition and Dilapidation, Single Fault Assessments, Major Elements Surveys and Full Building Surveys.