Yes all of these are true and and the wooden bench/seat is because nursery - year 5 sitting on the floor crossed legged then suddenly year 6 comes and your sitting on a bench not having to cross you legs and you can see over everyone's head if your were small

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Yes all of these are true and and the wooden bench/seat is because nursery - year 5 sitting on the floor crossed legged then suddenly year 6 comes and your sitting on a bench not having to cross you legs and you can see over everyone's head if your were s

The Castle Keep, Newcastle upon Tyne was built by Henry II between 1168-1178 and is one of the finest surviving examples of a Norman Keep in the country. It is believed to be extremely haunted. The first castle to be built on the site, the ‘New Castle upon the Tyne’ was founded in 1080 by Robert Curthose, eldest son of William the Conqueror and gives the city its name.

The Castle Keep, Newcastle Castle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, was built by Henry II between and is one of the finest surviving examples of a Norman Keep in the country. It is believed to be extremely haunted

Besties still go to the lake year after year

Seniors Just Wanna Have Fun,,, and share juicy gossip with BFFs out in the ocean where no one can hear them!

British seaside holidays with animals

People over 8st banned from seaside donkey rides under animal cruelty rules

The 44 Best British Memes On The Internet - the last one is brilliant <== they're all brilliant XD XD XD

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Vintage Blue Peter annual Ninth Book from 1972 by Retroporium, £4.00

Vintage Blue Peter annual Ninth Book from 1972 by Retroporium, John Noakes and Shep

Rear of terrace, from the alley. Grey, bleak, cramped. The hill beyond is another world.

Rear of terrace, from the alley.

27 Of The Funniest, Most Hilarious Quotes From "The Inbetweeners"

27 Of The Funniest, Most Hilarious Quotes From "The Inbetweeners"

Street of terraced housing Newcastle upon Tyne 1969

Striking images reveal the brutal reality of Newcastle life in the 1960s and '70s

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