ALL SAINTS CHURCH in Preston, East Yorkshire, has 33 Christmas trees and a range of other displays on show each Saturday and Sunday up to Christmas 2009.
Getting photos for a blog is not always easy. [picapp src=”8/8/1/3/LABOUR_PARTY_CONFERENCE_aa41.JPG?adImageId=4907080&imageId=6718185″ width=”234″ height=”321″ /]You have to take them yourself or use images that can be used without infringing copyright laws. The Hedon Blog uses its own images and quite often uses those from the enthusiasts at the Geograph […]
During the 10th and 11th centuries the river Humber was a dangerous place with ships being attacked by pirates. Having a safe place to moor was very important. The Hedon Haven was one such safe place. By the late 12th and early 13th Century Hedon was considered one […]
View Larger Map OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the whole world. It is made by people like you. OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth.” OpenStreetMap.org offers FREE maps and data to use in almost […]
Our jigsaw this week is taken from a striking photograph of St Augustine’s Church in Hedon. The photo was taken by Andy Beecroft as a contribution towards the Geograph project. Click the image to play the puzzle. This is a hard one! (You need to have Java enabled […]
Street lights are something we all take for granted. Yet when they do not work, the ‘dark places’ can cause fear. That well-lit and trusted path can become a place to avoid; the road can become a potential accident spot. Indeed, they can be hiding places for criminals! […]
The Geograph British Isles project aims to represent every square mile of the country through photographs. This – of course – includes Hedon. The project is described briefly below (from Home Page). What is Geographing? · It’s a game – how many grid squares will you contribute? · […]