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Snowball the all white penguin who stands out from the crowd Featured May Image

Snowball the all white penguin who stands out from the crowd

Snowball the all white penguin who stands out from the crowd. He was bought in Lima, Peru by owner Dennis Washington of Klempton, Oxon for £160
May 1971

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1970s, Birds, Nature, Unusual

Keith Richard & Anita Pallenberg with their son Marlon at his home Featured May Image

Keith Richard & Anita Pallenberg with their son Marlon at his home

Keith Richard & Anita Pallenberg with their son Marlon at his home, the rented Villa Nellcote, a 19th century sixteen-room mansion on the waterfront of Villefranche-sur-Mer in the Cote d'Azur where the band recorded Exile on Main Street May 1971

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1970s, Entertainment, Family, France, Group, Groups, Icon, Music, Rock, Rolling Stones, San Tropez

Fifteen men and women went to mow in Leamington last night Featured May Image

Fifteen men and women went to mow in Leamington last night

Fifteen men and women went to mow in Leamington last night. They were members of Save Leamington Action Movement (SLAM) and were protesting at the Borough Council's poor maintenance of The Dell. The former rose garden in Warwick Road was turned over to local children as a play area about 18 months ago. It lies on the route of the council's proposed north-south road and SLAM members claim it is being left uncared for because of that proposal. News of the demonstration leaked out and council grass cutters got to The Dell before the protesters. A local headmaster, Mr. Peter Hastings, who is chairman of SLAM decided to go ahead with the mow-in. The grass had not been cut properly and there was more work to be done at The Dell, he said. SLAM, which is dedicated to saving the beautiful old houses and trees of Leamington and improving the environment and amenities, was formed last month at a public meeting, called by the playwright David Turner, and a businessman, Mr. Christopher Clayton-Wright, who is a former member of the county council.
28th May 1971

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