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Items filtered by date: September 2017 - Furniture Re-use Network

By Lesley Prescott, Head of Operations

FRADE Shop'Against its dramatic backdrop of Victorian elegance and industrial grit, this fiercely independent city harbours a spirited mix of heritage and urban sophistication, with excellent art galleries and a magnificent concert hall, along with boutique hotels, some exceptional restaurants and, of course, interesting bars: Newcastle is renowned throughout Britain for its thumping nightlife, bolstered by an energetic, 42,000-strong student population. The city retains deep-rooted traditions, embodied by the no-nonsense, likeable locals', or so it says on the Lonely Planet website about Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Thursday, 07 September 2017 15:36

Touring the Lochs of Scotland

Loch NessBy Lesley Prescott, Head Of Operations

On a rainy Monday morning I arrived in Inverness and having picked up my hire car with only 250 miles on the clock (no pressure there Lesley!) I headed off to ILM Highland in Alness. The scenery did not disappoint and the Loch was ‘shimmering’ as I strained my neck, with one eye on the road to see if I could catch a glimpse of any sea creatures, even if this Loch wasn’t Ness!

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