Category Archives: Hebbeshamm

A new year, a new milestone passed

It’s 2013. I can’t decide if last year flew by or was slow and steady. More likely, my memory is not what it used to be and I’m forgetting half of what I did – being newly arrived and unemployed … Continue reading

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New work – sorry Epsom…

…but you can no longer claim to be the place named Hebbeshamm at which King Alfred convened an assembly of many of his leading men in 882, a meeting known solely from the passing reference made in a charter to … Continue reading

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