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The Pugin Society
The Pugin Society is committed to making its members and the general public more aware of the significance and lasting influence of this key figure in nineteenth-century architecture and design and their website celebrates his life and work as well as his family and close contacts.
Otherworld North East
Otherworld North East (OWNE) was founded in 2003 to research and investigate alleged hauntings and ghost-related activity throughout the North East of England as well as other ‘unexplained’ phenomena. We are a small team of voluntary researchers and fieldworkers who operate using the scientific method as a basic principle.
Susan Shiney is a Californian living a creative life in France. She has been published in A Story in 100 Words, Flash Fiction Magazine, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal, and The Serious Flash Fiction Anthology-Volume 6. She writes surrealist, magical realist, and low fantasy stories and is working on her debut novel.
The illustrations in these pages have been inspired by ideas about alternative perspectives, other ways of perceiving our world. They come from nature, Buddhism, philosophy, science, religions, the magic of the mystics and others who for me offer an intriguing perspective on life; viewpoints showing a reality less ordinary - one that can be extraordinary.
Perspectives that help to feel the magic it is just to be alive.
Towers Times is the largest community for fans of Alton Towers Resort, dedicated to bringing you all the latest news, thorough resort guides, exciting features and more.
The TTSP Forum is the beating heart of the TowersTimes and SouthParks community and is the ideal place to discuss your favourite attractions with like-minded people.
Simon Knott has visited over 900 churches in Norfolk, 700 in Suffolk, 300 in Essex as well as the many which lie within in the square mile of London. Each visit has been fully documented, making this a wonderful resource for anyone wishing to explore these wonderful buildings further and find out more about their history.