What happened to Dorset’s ghost village?

You might have noticed a little change in the calendars this May, rather than May Day being a bank holiday, it has been moved to Friday, 8th May to coincide with the 75th anniversary of V E Day. V E Day, otherwise known as Victory in Europe Day is the day that the second world […]

All About Apples : Health, History & Heritage

Around 2000 BCE, a sharp tasting, modest-sized ancestor of the apple grew in the mountains of Kazakhstan. Over time, the apple journeyed out of Asia and through Europe. The Romans brought the apple to the British Isles, although the Normans are responsible for introducing more varieties in the 1500’s AD. Apples have been synonymous with […]