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Hessle – A Bustling Suburb of Hull with an Active Community

Hessle sits on the banks of the River Humber, near the estuary and near to Kingston-Upon-Hull (known simply as Hull). It’s a local town with a rich past in shipbuilding, and expanded dramatically because of its geographical location. As people moved out of the dirty city, merchants moved to Hessle and constructed large houses. Now it’s known for The Humber …

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The Isle of Skye – Scotland’s Crown Jewel

Over time, Skye has had different historic influences. It was first occupied by Gaelic speakers from Ireland during the prehistoric era. Then it was ruled by Norsemen from 9-12th centuries. Once it was controlled by Scotland, the MacLeod clan occupied Dunvegan Castle as their primary seat on Skye. Culture on Skye primarily comes from fishing and crofting communities who suffered …

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