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Tag Archives: Coalville
“the road to hell is lined not just with good intentions but with health and safety laws too…” Do watch the video I’ve linked below. It’s a little cheesy and (forgive me, my US friends) a little too American in its … Continue reading
The Day So…yesterday was my birthday. And very nice it was too. I came to school only to find my first class had banned me from entering the classroom for a few minutes. Fine. When I was allowed in I … Continue reading
Have you ever been bitterly humiliated and utterly destroyed inside and no one around you even noticed? I must write about just what LAMB school gets up to and I will do at some point, but today I want to … Continue reading
Continuing my two-parter on life in my midlands hometown. I got a lot of response from many friends from Coalville on my facebook – publicly and privately. Feel free to add your memories of the place in the comments below … Continue reading