David Fisher



18th May 2011
Clacton-on-Sea is located in Essex, on what is known as the Tendring Peninsula and is the largest town in the area. It was established in 1871 and is a seaside resort. Over the years it has attracted many visitors during the summer months, particularly du... Read >

Cheshunt Has A Long History

17th May 2011
Cheshunt is a town of approximately 52,000 souls situated in Hertfordshire some 13 miles north of the centre of London. Cheshunt is classed as a dormitory town since most of the inhabitants travel into London for work on a daily basis. Situated on the A10... Read >

Chigwell In The Essex Triangle

17th May 2011
Chigwell is a small town of around 12,500 people in the suburbs of North East London approximately 11.5 miles from Charing Cross. Situated in the Epping Forest area of Essex it has two underground stations (Chigwell and Grange Hill) affording its resident... Read >

The Tiny Village Of Cuffley

19th April 2011
Cuffley until the early 20th century was effectively just a small collection of farms centred around the village green, next to the local inn. However in 1910 the Great Northern Railway extended the line through Cuffley and built a railway station in the ... Read >

The Story Of Grassmoor Colliery

11th March 2011
Grassmoor is a village in North Eastern Derbyshire, in the East Midlands of England. It is three miles to the south of the town of Chesterfield. Until around 40 years ago, coal mining was the main source of employment in the village. This had been the cas... Read >

Some Of The Many Different Portrayals Of The Sheriff Of Nottingham

03rd March 2011
The legend of Robin Hood is based on an English folk tale from the thirteenth century and features the character the Sheriff of Nottingham, who is the villain of the story. Other characters in the story include Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, Little John, Will S... Read >
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