Author Archives: Richard Lee

Cats, Worms & Moles

Cats, Worms & Moles “Christ! We’ve killed the missus’s cat”, groaned my father looking across the field, past the silent frozen ponies with their steaming nostrils, to the far hedge. A black cat hangs stiff in the frost. I’m eight … Continue reading

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Justice & Police Museum

Spent the morning at the said museum. Brilliant displays and historic info. Can’t praise it highly enough. Open from 10am -Saturdays and Sundays only.  Click to visit the Justice & Police Museum website.

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See no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil.

These sit beside the mirror where I had a haircut, a reminder that a blog should be free of all evil .  This is the first of the MiniBlogs. Most will arrive here from my iPhone. Hopefully they will entertain … Continue reading

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Brunswick Street Fitzroy revisited

Fitzroy Revisited. Fitzroy’s Brunswick Street began it’s rapid rise to iconic subculture status in the late 1970’s and early ’80’s. I recently revisited it with a camera with a view to writing about the street and it’s early history. The … Continue reading

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