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  •   Matthew Wall was sixteenth century resident of Braughing, who had a lucky escape from being buried alive. He was actually in his coffin on the way to his funeral […]

    Braughing Old Mans Day

      Matthew Wall was sixteenth century resident of Braughing, who had a lucky escape from being buried alive. He was actually in his coffin on the way to his funeral […]

  •   Stone skimming is the art of making a pebble skip or bounce along the surface of water – in the competition, the winner is the contestant whose stone covers […]

    Easdale Island (near Oban) World Stone Skimming Championships

      Stone skimming is the art of making a pebble skip or bounce along the surface of water – in the competition, the winner is the contestant whose stone covers […]

  •   “Clypping” is derived from an Old English term meaning encirclement, and on this day the parishioners of St. Mary’s at Painwick join hands around the church exterior and dance […]

    Painswick Church Clypping and Puppy Dog Pie

      “Clypping” is derived from an Old English term meaning encirclement, and on this day the parishioners of St. Mary’s at Painwick join hands around the church exterior and dance […]

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