Feb 8, 2016 Wedding photos capture love amid destruction in war-torn Syria Emma Patti Harris 0 Comment World 20 Photos Newlyweds Nada Merhi, 18, and Hassan Youssef, 27, had their wedding pictures taken in the war ravaged city of Homs in Syria on February 5, 2016. The photographer chose the location “to show that life is stronger than death.” Newly-wed Syrian couple Nada Merhi, 18, and Hassan Youssef, 27, have their wedding pictures taken in a heavily damaged building in the war ravaged city...
We continue our look at the high-lights of the 2017 Fylde coast social scene calendar – from July to December. In July, friends and family turned out in force to support the Miss Blackpool finalists as they took to the catwalk in a bid to win the beauty pageant, at The Paradise Room, at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The trophy was lifted by Shannon Marie Hammill.
A New Year is with us. But how long will we still be writing 2017 on cheques and letters? It may take a while before the default date kicks in. 2018 began with a browse through the Gazette of 50 years ago. Then I noticed I was looking at January 1967. But if I hadn’t made that mistake I would never have seen the whimsical piece that appears below. It was the Weekend Thought, that appeared every Saturday on the Seasider’s Diary page.
@OSaumarezSmith Hi Otto. Great pic, would love to write about this for our Memory Lane supplement in the Blackpool Gazette. It you could possibly email me email@example.com I'd really appreciate it :) TIA
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Selecting a term
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