Charlotte Despard (1844-1939), speaking at an anti-fascist rally in Trafalgar Square, London, taken in June 1933 by James Jarché. Despard was a suffragist, novelist (Chaste as Ice and Pure as Snow were two) and Sinn Féin activist. She devoted a lot of her time and money to helping the poor in Battersea. She lived above one of her welfare shops in one of poorest areas of Nine Elms. Very sturdy shoes.
Ravenseat half-way point on the Northern coast-to-coast path. they do tea, coffee, scones, hot chocolate and free range eggs. http://www.ravenseat.com/ Coast to Coast walk crosses three National Parks, undoubtedly some of England's finest scenery. Starting beside the Irish Sea, you have wonderful walking through the mountains of the Lake District, across the Pennines and down Swaledale. http://www.coast2coast.co.uk/
Snowman Bowl a Cute simple idea you can find the bowls at most Dollar stores or the Christmas tree shops or places similar like that you can do a variation of the idea with a Coastal theme or Christmas village or North Pole Santa shop theme a Terrarium with white flowers ( Irish Moss Sagina Subulata ) for the snow and small herbs or plants to resemble the trees and fairy houses - Daw