N.B. I try to check these links as often as I can, but some will disappear without warning
Strum Home Page
Imagineering Technologies
Also Mythopoeics
Due a word of thanks for inspiring me to get on the Web in the first place.
freddie street cats
The Freddie Street Cats pages - for all discerning felines (and - if they're good - their humans).
Gered Mankowitz - one of my favourite photographers.

Matterings of Mind - Bill Hayes, another old friend.
General History, Mystery, Megaliths & More
The Ley-Hunter - an on-line magazine of megalithic proportions. Abandoned Communities
details a number of villages which have 'disappeared' since the Middle Ages.
The Stone Pages The Chronicles of the early Britons
Far Isles Medieval Society Regia Anglorum
Site specialising in Early Medieval Anglo-Saxon and Viking society.
British History Online - some splendid old maps, gazetteers and other records Megalithic Map
The National Trust
Vortigern Studies Historical Text Archive
- The International Directory of Historical Re-enactment and Living History
Internet Archaeology Fordham U. Medieval Sourcebook
Euro Docs: UK Primary Documents A Vision of Britain
Maps, Stats etc.
Geography, Maps etc.
MAGIC Interactive land-use maps of the UK (DEFRA) ESRI High grade mapping software
- otherwise known as Millennium Maps. Produce high definition aerial photographs of (most of) the UK.
UK Streetmap
- Streetmaps, aerial photos, postcodes and co-ordinates for the UK
Rural Roads - a tribute to some of Britain's great rural roads
Stanfords, in Long Acre, Covent Garden, is one of the best travel shops in the world and one of my favourite places. It is an essential precursor to any journey - to buy maps, travel guides, phrase books. Indeed, a visit to Stanfords may be an alternative to the journey itself.
They're on the Web now. They may not be the cheapest resource, but they're almost certainly the most comprehensive.
"Scratchwood to Wychwood" links
Northamptonshire County Council Fairport Convention
The Official Fairport Convention site
The Wychwood magazine Oxfordshire C.C. Home Page
Broughton Castle - home of Lord and Lady Saye & Sele and the Fiennes family

Wychwood Walks

Nick Owen's web log of walks in wychwood, illustrated with poetry and pictures.
Motorway Services Trivia
Watford Gap
"Wessex" links
Wiltshire Moonrakers
Wiltshire family history

Wansdyke Home Page by Robert Vermaat
It's fairly typical that this magnificent monument is treasured most - by a Dutchman.
This is Wiltshire
"Towards Twilight" links
Welcome to Somerset
Somerset County Information
Mendips District Council
- with links to Glastonbury, Shepton, Frome and others.
Trowbridge Town Council The Powys Society (John Cowper Powys, author of "A Glastonbury Romance"
Camelot Castle The Ancient Isle of Avalon
Glastonbury Festival
Official site
Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society
Wookey Hole Caves and Papermill - and home of the famous Witch William Marshal
General UK links
The Meteorological Office (UK) BBC Weather Centre
The British Monarchy Official site. The Tree Register - A unique record of Notable and Ancient Trees in Britain and Ireland.
The National Trust Official On-line Website BBC News on-Line - one of the jewels of the web
Trainline - Tickets & Trains
British Walks A brief history of the [UK road] numbering system
"Webbery & Nettery" links
Sadly, most of my web-related links are long since out of date. I'll mention just a few...
The World-Wide Web Consortium - the keepers of the standards World Intellectual Property Organization - keep yourself legal; keep others legal
Jakob Nielson
 Jakob Nielson is the guru of useability
The Internet Wayback Machine
An extraordinary resource - snapshots of old web pages (some of which their authors would rather forget)
Music links
Bandit Newsletter - Tips newsletter
Stringbusters - because not everything is electronic ISA -International Songwriters Association
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