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It happened then – September
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It happened then – September

Historical highlights from the month of September. Compiled by Peter Sargent. 70 years ago, 1944 The Allies launched a daring bid to end the Second

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 2nd September, 2014
Grand old lady of Amsterdam
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Grand old lady of Amsterdam

Who needs a Tardis? Samantha Mayling travelled back in time with a Dakota as KLM brings the golden age of travel to Norwich Airport.  

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 1st September, 2014
Where there’s life
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Where there’s life

Artist Malca Schotten is on a mission to illustrate the value of the older generation in her I’m Not Dead Yet series. Carol Bundock met

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 29th August, 2014
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Can I have a volunteer?

Retirement age beckons, or is already upon us – and many people still have plenty to give. Pete Kelley is asking for your suggestions. I’ll

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 28th August, 2014
A passion for pens
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A passion for pens

In a world dominated by screens and keyboards, it’s nice to know bespoke pens are still being made. Terry Redhead meets the creators of Treasured

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 28th August, 2014
Songs of the sea
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Songs of the sea

All things nautical will be celebrated in Great Yarmouth this September. Nanne and Ankie, from The Netherlands, La Bouline from France and Jenkin’s Ear from

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 27th August, 2014
Robert of the Guards
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Robert of the Guards

Robert George Ward was the cousin of Robert George Ward was the son of John and Hannah Ward of Hadleigh, one of seven children, five

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 26th August, 2014
Horace and the Hussars
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Horace and the Hussars

Reader John Martin tells us the tale of his much-loved great-uncle Horace Roper, who served in three conflicts. On  the 100th anniversary of the outbreak

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 25th August, 2014
A fitting place to rest
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A fitting place to rest

Barrie King, of Fakenham, tells us about a part of France that is forever Norfolk. My grandfather, William Morgan, lived and worked most of his

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 21st August, 2014
Vic, Rosie and Captain
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Vic, Rosie and Captain

As part of our First World War series, here is the story of Vic Hammond and the horses he loved. An army marches on its

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Lets Talk Magazine, Post on 20th August, 2014
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